Dr. Rey Dira led the winners of the August Monthly Medal of Alta Vista Golf and Country Club played over the weekend after shooting five-over-par 77 to claim the low gross honors for the premiere handicap category.
Dira fired nines of 39 and 38 to claim the top honors. The lowest net plum for class A went to lawyer Marlou Cugtas with one-under-par 71 strokes off a gross of 82. Runner-up honors went Alex Yeo with a net 72 after beating Gerry Quintos is the countback.
The lowest gross plum for class B went to Lawyer Rico Rey Francis ‘Koko’ Holganza, who fired 11-over-par 83 strokes.
Lowest net for class B was Democrito ‘Jun’ Mendoza, Jr. with 71 strokes edging Sergio ‘Boy’ Gonzalez and Emmanuel Tesalona in the countback. Gonzalez settled for the runner-up honors.
In class C, Edwin Robin shot 90 strokes to claim the lowest gross honors. The lowest net trophy went to Richard Tan with 70 strokes while runner-up honors went to Mark Tan with 74 after edging Dr. Albert Solis in the countback.
Hospicio ‘Razi’ Razon topped the seniors’ (55 to 69 years old class) by scoring the lowest gross of six-over-par 78 strokes. The lowest net award went to club director Vicente ‘Inting’ Go with 70 strokes while the runner-up honors went o Rolando Alberto with 71 besting Catalino Dagus in the countback.
Rolando ‘Rolly’ Santos topped the super seniors’ (70 years old and above) class by firing the lowest gross score of 84 strokes. David Villono won the lowest net plum with 71 strokes oiff a gross score of 85.
A pair of college freshmen ruled the ladies division. Joan Hortelano scored the lowest gross with 91 while the lowest net plum went to Annika Yeo with 75.
Vic Arnuco took the lowest gross award for the guest division with 82 strokes while Noel Abad bagged the lowest net trophy with 71 strokes.
Lino Dagus won the special award for nearest to the pin on hole number 6 leaving four feet and two inches for a birdie putt. The most accurate drive on hole number 11 was made by Cristino Lim, whose tee shot came to rest one foot and eight inches away from the center line.