Yeo leads winners of Directors’ Cup

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Alex Yeo once again proved why he is among the best players of the club as he led the winners of the Directors’ Cup held last October 31 at Alta Vista Golf and Country Club in Pardo, Cebu City.

The awards ceremony of the tournament had a Halloween theme and several participants came in their costumes.

Yeo fired six-under-par 41 points in the Modified Stableford Scoring System to bag the title for class A.

Club directors Ramon Sebastian, Oly Dychangco, and Inting Go awarded the prizes to the class A winners.  They are (from left) 1st runner-up Vic Gocela represented by Wendell Yap, champion Alex Yeo, and 2nd runner-up Peter Rennie.
Club directors Ramon Sebastian, Oly Dychangco, and Inting Go awarded the prizes to the class A winners. They are (from left) 1st runner-up Vic Gocela represented by Wendell Yap, champion Alex Yeo, and 2nd runner-up Peter Rennie.

First runner-up was Victor Gocela with 37 points beating Peter Rennie, Charlie Gaite and Wendell Yap in the countback.  Rennie eventually settled for the second runner-up honors after prevailing in another tie breaker.

Archie Villa won the class B plum with a score of three-under-par 39 points winning the title via countback over Nestor Mendoza and Jude Demiar.  Mendoza settled for the first runner-up honors while Demiar was second runner-up.

Class B winners were (from left) 2nd runner-up Jude Demiar, Archie Villa represented by Dr. Rey Dira, and 1st runner-up Nestor Mendoza represented by Alan Larot.
Class B winners were (from left) 2nd runner-up Jude Demiar, Archie Villa represented by Dr. Rey Dira, and 1st runner-up Nestor Mendoza represented by Alan Larot.

Jun Tolentino won the class C title with four-under-par 40 points. First runner-up was Al Alcibar with 36 points while second runner-up was Nimrod Quiñones with 35.

The class C winners were (from left) 2nd runner-up Nimrod Quiñones, champion Jun Tolentino, and 1st runner-up Al Alcibar represented by Ed Sy.
The class C winners were (from left) 2nd runner-up Nimrod Quiñones, champion Jun Tolentino, and 1st runner-up Al Alcibar represented by Ed Sy.

Ed Eroy fired a tournament-best ten-under-par 46 points to rule the seniors’ division, which is for players aged 55 to 69 years old.  Masahisa Kawakami was second with 45 while third place went to Dr. Rey Dira with 41 edging Edwin Robin in the countback.

The seniors' division winners are (from left) 2nd runner-up Rey Dira represented by Alex Chiongbian, champion Ed Eroy, and  1st runner-up Masahisa Kawakami.
The seniors’ division winners are (from left) 2nd runner-up Rey Dira represented by Alex Chiongbian, champion Ed Eroy, and 1st runner-up Masahisa Kawakami.

Retired Justice Pampio Abarintos topped the super seniors (70 years old and above) category with a score of eight-under-par 44 points.  Runner-up honors went to Jack Lee with 40 points.

The super seniors winners were Justice Poy Abarintos and Jack Lee.
The super seniors winners were Justice Poy Abarintos and Jack Lee.

Mercy Garcia ruled the ladies division with 42 points while runner-up honors went to Annika Yeo with 39.

Mercy Garcia and Annika Yeo were the winners of the ladies division.
Mercy Garcia and Annika Yeo were the winners of the ladies division.

Dave Griffin won the guest division title with 40 points followed by Kang Sang Uk as runner-up with 38.

Philip Huang won the special award for nearest to the pin on hole No. 6 leaving four feet and two inches for a birdie putt on the par-3 hole. Peter Rennie had the longest drive on No. 10 hitting a 250-yard tee shot while the most accurate drive on No. 11 was logged by Vic Gocela, who tee shot landed on the center line.

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