Dy-Borromeo, Abarintos-Barandog top The View 2015

By NIMROD NL QUIÑONES

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Mark Dy and Andre Borromeo bagged the overall lowest net honors in The View Invitational 2015 presented by MLanders Asia Management Services Inc., which came to a close Sunday at the Alta Vista Golf and Country Club in Pardo, Cebu City.

The duo of Sir Cross Abarintos and Pio Barandog bagged the overall lowest net honors of the annual member-guest tournament.  The tournament used the Modified Stableford Scoring System.

Dy and Borromeo fired rounds of 70 and 64 for a total of 134 gross points.

The overall winners of The View Invitational 2015 pose for posterity with the members of the board during the awards ceremony.  They are (from left) Ramon Sebastian, Oly Dychangco, lowest gross winners Andre Borromeo and Mark Dy represented by Jude Demiar, lowest net winners King Abarintos and Pio Barandog, Dr. Peter Aznar and Inting Go.
The overall winners of The View Invitational 2015 pose for posterity with the members of the board during the awards ceremony. They are (from left) Ramon Sebastian, Oly Dychangco, lowest gross winners Andre Borromeo and Mark Dy represented by Jude Demiar, lowest net winners King Abarintos and Pio Barandog, Dr. Peter Aznar and Inting Go.

Abarintos and Bareandog made 75 points during the first round of the four-day, 36-hole contest then shot 79 points on the second round for a total of 154.

The Division A title went to Glenn Sebastian and Nino Bascon with a total of 145 points.  The duo combined for 66 points on the first day then stepped on the gas in the second round shooting 79 points.

First runner up for the premiere handicap class was the team of Ferdinand Chua and Thomas Castillo with 143 points beating Charlie Gaite and Nilo Seno in the countback by virtue of a better second day score.

Chua and Castillo had rounds of 73 and 70 while Gaite and Seno, who settled for the second runner-up honors, shot 76 and 67.

Jason Yu and Badz del Prado took home the top honors for Division B with a total of 148 points on rounds of 67 and 81 points.

First runner-up for the second group was the tandem of Roy Damole and Boyet Almadin with 140 points edging Rene Piano and George Elazegui in the countback.

Damole and Almadin had rounds of 68 and 72 to beat Piano and Elazegui in the tie break as the latter scored 75 and 65 to take the second runner-up honors.

Edgar Sasuman and Tony Garcia claimed the Division C crown with a total of 138 points on rounds of 73 and 65.

Second place went to the duo of Edwin Espina and Ronald Alfeche with 132 points on rounds of 63 and 69.  They won the higher award by virtue of a countback.

Third place went to Joseph Sjin and Yun Tae Joong also with 132 but with rounds of 65 and 67.

Glenn Mayam bagged the title of the sponsors’ division with a total of 72 points on rounds of 34 and 38.

Second place in this special individual division went to Cezar Quiambao with 63 (37-26) and third place went to Rey Martinez with 60 (28-32).

 

SENIORS’ DIVISION

            The lowest gross honors for this group dedicated to teams with a total age of 120 years and no member is less than 55 years old went to Ramon Sebastian and Pal Lomondaya.

The seniors' division winners received their prizes from Alvin Lim and Dondon Arquiza.  The winners are (from left) first runner-up Tetu Santos represented by Stewart Go anb Loloy Sabuiga, lowest gross Ramon Sebastian and Pal Lomondaya, lowest net Inting Go and Danny Cuneta, and 2nd runner-up Lando Alberto and Boboy Arevalo.
The seniors’ division winners received their prizes from Alvin Lim and Dondon Arquiza. The winners are (from left) first runner-up Tetu Santos represented by Stewart Go anb Loloy Sabuiga, lowest gross Ramon Sebastian and Pal Lomondaya, lowest net Inting Go and Danny Cuneta, and 2nd runner-up Lando Alberto and Boboy Arevalo.

Sebastian and Lomondaya fired rounds of 61 and 44 points for a total of 105 gross points.

The lowest net honors went to Vicente ‘Inting’ Go and Danny Cuneta with 140 points on consistent rounds of 70 and 70.

First runner-up was the team of Loloy Sabuga and Tetu Santos with 139 points on rounds of 75 and 64.

Second runner-up was the duo of Rolando Alberto and Boboy Arevalo with 135 points (67-68) beating Masahisa Kawakami and Masaru Matsuo in the countback.

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