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Weiwei Gao and Rolando Alberto head the cast of winners of the Alta Vista Fun Golf Tournament, which was held over the weekend at the par-72 AVGCC layout in Pardo, Cebu City.

Gao, 14 years old, bagged the lowest gross honors firing five-under-par 67 strokes on nines of 33 and 34.

The Gao siblings with their flightmate Paul Lee.  They are (from left) Weifang, Weiyu, and Weiwei.
The Gao siblings with their flightmate Paul Lee. They are (from left) Weifang, Weiyu, and Weiwei.

Alberto claimed the lowest net honors firing 11-under-par 61 strokes off a gross 77.  He won the award after edging Atty. Ellie Espinoza in the countback.

The class A title went to Cristino Lim, who bucked pain on his left wrist en route to shooting nine-under-par 63 strokes off a gross 74.  First runner-up for the premiere handicap category was Atty. Marlo Cugtas with his net score of 66 strokes slipping past 12-year-old Junia Gabasa in the countback.

Gabasa, who competed in the regular division from the same tee mound as the men, also had a 66 and settled for the second runner-up honors.

The class B plum went to Ari Clinton Lee with a net score of 65 strokes beating Jun Zosa in the countback.  Zosa settled for the first runner-up honors while second runner-up was Nestor Mendoza with a net score of 67 strokes.

Joseph Shin topped class C with a net score of 66 strokes while Robert Tiu took the first runner-up plaque with a net 67.  Second runner-up was Billy Tan with his net score of 68 edging Willy Go in the countback.

Tony Amor bagged the lowest gross honors of the seniors’ (55-69 years old) category firing four-over-par 76 strokes and beating tournament chairman Inting Go in the countback.

The lowest net honors for this group went to Ellie Espinoza with 61 strokes.  First runner-up was Manuel Go with 63 while Inting Go took the second runner-up honors with his net 65.

David Villono won the title of the super seniors’ (70 years old and above) division firing a net score of 66 strokes.  Runner-up honors went to Justice Pampio Abarintos, who shot 67 and edged Jun Caoili in the countback.

Tessa Ozoa topped the ladies division with a net score of even-par 72 strokes.  Runner-up honors went to Marina Kaufmann with a net score of 76.

The dependents’ division crown went to Sir Cross Abarintos with 71 strokes while the runner-up honors went to Weiyu Gao with 72.

Pio Barandog won the guest division crown with a net score of 64 strokes off a gross 70 beating two others in the countback.  First runner-up was Lee Kui Liam from sister-club Sabaha Golf and Country Club of Malaysia, who also had a net score of 64.  Second runner-up was Mario Parungao also with 64.

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