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All set for 1st Asia Pacific Golf Challenge


Resorts World Manila announced that the 1st Asia Pacific Golf Challenge will unfold on October 21 to 26 in four different venues, namely Manila Southwoods, Sherwoods Hills Golf Club, Wack Wack Golf, Orchard Golf, and Manila Golf.

“We want to showcase the beauty of our courses to the world. We also want to champion the Filipino talent in this occasion,” said Jeffrey Rodrigo Evora, president and COO of Winford Manila, an associate of RW Manila.

The tournament will employ a 72-hole Stableford format with four players to play and three to count while the individual division will use a 72-hole gross scoring system.

RW Manila with event partner Regent Travel has put to together packages that would make things hassle-free for participating golfers.

The RW Manila packages include six nights of hotel accommodations with breakfast at select RW Manila hotels, four rounds of golf, caddie and golf buggy sharing fees, daily round trip transfers, welcome dinner, ticket to the awards dinner, three cocktail coupons at select RW Manila bars, tournament giveaways, and a P5,000 gift certificate from Srixon Philippines.

Package starts at $1,240 per person on twin sharing for stays at Holiday Inn Express Manila Newport City. Packages are also available for RW Manila four-star properties Belmont Manila and Savoy Hotel Manila, as well as for global five-star hotel, Hilton Manila.

For details, email marketing@regenttravelmanila.com or visit www.rwmanila.com.

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Today’s Front Page January 24, 2020

Today’s Front Page January 24, 2020