Alex Yeo once again proved why he is one of the steadiest players of the club as he dominated class A of the November Monthly Medal of Alta Vista Golf and Country Club played last weekend.
Yeo fired three-over-par 75 strokes on nines of 38 and 37 to take the lowest gross honors.
Lowest net for class A was Loloy Sabuga with 71 strokes off a gross score of 82. Runner-up honors went to Charlie Gaite with 74 strokes off a gross 84.
The lowest gross title for class B went to Jude Demiar with ten-over-par 82 strokes on nines of 38 and 44.
Wilky Lim claimed the lowest net plum for the second handicap category with even-par 72 strokes by edging Hansel Ong in the countback. Ong settled for the runner-up honors.
In a spectacular display of golfing skill, Jojo Cañada fired eight-over-par 80 strokes to take the lowest gross honors for class C. The 20-handicapper fired nines of of 39 and 41.
The lowest net trophy for class C went to Rolando Alberto who had 67 strokes off a gross score of 87. Runner-up honors went to Francis Granados with a net score of 73 strokes off a gross score of 94.
Club treasurer Ramon Sebastian, one of the birthday celebrants of the month and a major sponsor of the tournament, took the lowest gross honors for the seniors’ division with his 11-over-par 83 strokes output.
Lowest net honors for the 55 to 69 years old category went to Oscar Sanchez with 69 strokes while club director Vicente Go took the runner-up honors with even-par 72.
Rolly Santos won the lowest gross honors for the super seniors (70 years old and above) category firing 90 strokes. The lowest net plum went to Ed Sanchez with 70.
Marina Kaufmann won the lowest gross honors for the ladies division with 101 strokes while the lowest net award went to her close friend Emma Bayer with 75 strokes.
Ted Almario, a regular fixture in the guest division, took home the lowest gross honors once again with 81 strokes while Mario Parungao took the lowest net plum with 65 strokes.
Almario also won the special award for nearest to the pin on hole No. 6 leaving 7 feet and 9 inches for a birdie putt. The most accurate drive on No. 11 was made by Satoru Morikawa, whose tee shot landed 3 inches from the center line.
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