Barandog-Reyes duo rules 15th Island Tee

By NIMROD NL QUIÑONES

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The tandem of Pio Barandog and junior golfer Scott Reyes bagged the top honors in the 15th Island Tee played at the Mactan Island Golf Club in Lapu-Lapu City last weekend.

Aside from winning the top team honors, Barandog also bagged the individual net title of the tournament while another junior golfer, Russell Bautista bagged the individual gross crown.

MGen Julius Guillermo poses with the overall winners of the 15th Island Tee.  They are (from left) overall lowest gross Russell Bautista, overall lowest net and team champion Pio Barandog, and overall team champion Scott Reyes.
MGen Julius Guillermo poses with the overall winners of the 15th Island Tee. They are (from left) overall lowest gross Russell Bautista, overall lowest net and team champion Pio Barandog, and overall team champion Scott Reyes.

Barandog fired rounds of 40 and 42 in Modified Stableford Scoring System while Reyes turned in identical rounds of 34 for a team total of 150 points to claim the overall title of the two-man team event, which is the signature tournament of MIGC.

Barandog’s spectacular performance earned him the lowest net award while Bautista, fired rounds of 36 and 40 points to claim the lowest gross honors.

The Class A title went to the pair of Jufil Sato (29-37) and ex-pro Mark Dy (36-38) with a two-day aggregate of 140 points.

MGen Guillermo with class A winners (from left) champion Jufil Sato and runners-up Joel Yamyamin and Col. Gerry Catindoy.
MGen Guillermo with class A winners (from left) champion Jufil Sato and runners-up Joel Yamyamin and Col. Gerry Catindoy.

Runner-up honors for the premiere handicap class went to the team of Col. Gerry Catindoy (38-34) and Joel Yamyamin (29-38) with a total of 139.

Police C/Supt Eddie Benigay (39-38) and Alex Yeo (31-30) ruled class B with a total of 138 points.  Runner-up honors went to the tandem of Manolito Basmayor (42-28) and Iligan’s Pal Lomondaya (32-33) with 135 points.

Class B winners (from left) runners-up Manolito Basmayor and Pal Lomondaya and champions C/Supt Eddie Benigay and Alex Yeo.
Class B winners (from left) runners-up Manolito Basmayor and Pal Lomondaya and champions C/Supt Eddie Benigay and Alex Yeo.

The father and son duo of Jun and Daniel Yap topped class C with a total of 142 points.  Jun fired rounds of 34 and 41 while Daniel made 30 and 37.  Runner-up honors went to Ben Ngujo (38-34) and Richard Buscaino (34-29) with 135 points.

Class C winners (from left) runners-up Ben Ngujo and Richard Buscaino and champions Daniel and Jun Yap.
Class C winners (from left) runners-up Ben Ngujo and Richard Buscaino and champions Daniel and Jun Yap.

Cho Kwang Sup (36-35) and Ormoc’s Donnie Suico (30-26) combined for 127 points to top the seniors’ division.  Runner-up honors went to Dr. Sim Guinocor (32-28) and Hawaii’s Ed Jones (29-34) with 123 points.

Seniors division winners (from left) champions Donnie Suico and Cho Kwang sup, and runner-up Dr. Sim Guinocor.
Seniors division winners (from left) champions Donnie Suico and Cho Kwang sup, and runner-up Dr. Sim Guinocor.
The winners of the ladies division were (from left) runners-up Tess Magazzeni and Vergie Lou Hwang, and champion Angela Mangana.
The winners of the ladies division were (from left) runners-up Tess Magazzeni and Vergie Lou Hwang, and champion Angela Mangana.

The ladies division crown went to junior golfers Angela Mangana (29-36) and Junia Gabasa (33-29) with a total of 127 points.  Runner-up honors went to Vergie Lou Hwang (32-28) and Dumaguete’s Tess Magazenni (30-30) with 120 points.

A special award for best in uniform went to the husband and wife tandem of Joey Rhea Guaves, who wore matching outfits for two rounds.

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