CCC women group takes lead in day 1

CCC women group takes lead in day 1

THE Cebu Country Club (CCC) assumed responsibility in the early going of the 2019 Champion Luzvimin Invitational golf competition, utilizing its nearby information of the CCC format to pool a 187 for a one-point edge over Pueblo de Oro in Cebu City on May 29, 2019. 

Mary Kim Hong terminated 50 under the Molave scoring framework, while Riko Nagai, Crystal Neri and Catrina Martinez upheld her up with 48, 46 and 43 points, individually, as the hosts and the similarly hot-beginning Pueblo de Oro women took the spotlight from safeguarding champion Del Monte and previous titlist Manila Southwoods after 18 holes of the six-to-play, four-to-tally design occasion. 

Pamela Mariano sizzled with 53 points, while Alethea Gaccion shot 50 and Juliane Borlongan and Gladys Opitz included 42 and 41, separately, for Pueblo de Oro, which remained only inside at 186 making a beeline for the most recent two days of the yearly title supported by Champion and composed by the Women's Golf Association of the Philippines. 

Valley Golf, behind driving Class An individual scorer Mariel Tee's 55 points, set third with a 170 as a year ago's champ Del Monte found the level yet tight design not just as its would prefer and shot 167. Manila Southwoods agreed to fifth with a 163 in the Diamond division. 

Leslie Icoy and Martina Miñoza shot 43 points each for Del Monte however a year ago's Class B individual boss Sophia Abarcas could just include 41 points and Kiara Montebon contributed 40. 

Southwoods, then again, got 46 points from Laia Barro and 45 points from Loralie Roberto however their next two scorers could just produce 36, best case scenario, two of which originating from Yeun Jea Baek, Claudine Garcia or Christine Naidoo. 

Fernando Air Base made a 147 for 6th pursued by Club Filipino (142), Rancho Palos Verdes (131), Sta. Elena (114), Eagle Ridge (109) and Victorias (88). 

Tagaytay Highlands, with Gilda Medestomas shooting 41 points, demonstrated the path in the Emerald class with a 149, four points in front of Camp Aguinaldo I and Forest Hills, which turned in indistinguishable 145s with Camp John Hay and Alabang putting in a couple of 140s. 

Lorna Tabuena left away with 40 points while Myoung Hee Cheon scored 37 points as they fueled Manila Golf to the Ruby division lead with a 138, likewise four up on Villamor (134) with Orchard excessively a long ways behind with a 119. 

Bacolod, then again, set the pace in the Pearl class with Sharon Cho and Monina Gudaca driving the accuse of indistinguishable 31, for an important lead over Camp Aguinaldo 2

GOLF CHAMPION WOMEN CEBU LEAD EVENT
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