Bagtas Son Leads Jungolf Winners

BAGUIO CITY, Philippines - Leandro Bagtas, the youngest son of a decorated touring pro, scored a runaway victory in boys Class E in the same easy way veteran internationalists Kristoffer Arevalo and Arnie Taguines topped their respective age-groups in ICTSI Jungolf Summer Circuit's opening leg at the Baguio Country Club.

Bagtas, trying to follow the footsteps of his father Eddie who was once one of the biggest names in the local pro scene, roared to a 48-stroke win in the 7-8 years age bracket with rounds of 75 and 83.

Arevalo, playing in boys Class C (11-12), routed the field by 65 strokes while Taguines ended up 61 ahead of the second best player in the girls Class E division in the tourney kicking off the 10-leg summer tour organized by the Junior Golf Foundation of the Philippines.

Aside from ICTSI, the other sponsors of the summer circuit are Pancake House, Teriyaki Boy, Sizzlin' Pepper, PAL, Duty Free Philippines, McDonald's, Golf Depot, Pioneer Insurance, PacSports, Julies Bakeshop, Inquirer Golf and B Hotel.

The other winners are Shen Chang-yo and Anne Sabater in Class A, Gabriel Joseph Aoyong in Class B, Ashia Nocum in girls Class C, Josh Jorge in boys Class D, and Aenaes Posadas in boys Class F.

For tournament details and registration: email jungolf1976@yahoo.com.

Editor’s note:Yahoo Philippines encourages responsible comments that add dimension to the discussion. No bashing or hate speech, please. You can express your opinion without slamming others or making derogatory remarks.

  • Viernes Santo in Kalibo VERA Files - The Inbox
    Viernes Santo in Kalibo

    Photos by Little Wing Luna, VERA Files Text by Mitch Meñez Kalibo, Aklan--Viernes Santo or Good Friday is the most solemn of all the days in Holy Week. It commemorates the Passion and Death of Jesus on the Cross. The … Continue reading → …

  • Hugas Dugo VERA Files - The Inbox
    Hugas Dugo

    Text by Kimmy Baraoidan, VERA Files Photos by Chris Quintana and Kimmy Baraoidan Pakil, Laguna--In the small town of Pakil, Laguna resides a group of men who call themselves Hugas Dugo. Most members of the group are residents of the … Continue reading → …

  • Lenten procession more than just a spectacle VERA Files - The Inbox

    Text and photos by Kiersnerr Gerwin Tacadena, VERA Files Baliuag, Bulacan--This town is hosting what could be the country’s biggest Lenten procession consisting of more than 100 religious statues riding on carriages or carrozas. But concerns are being raised that … Continue reading → …

POLL
Loading...
Poll Choice Options