Cangolf juniors sew it up

Carlos albatross caps Canlubang’s Interclub romp

Philippine Daily Inquirer

LIPA CITY?Jobim Carlos stole the last-round show with a tournament-best 57 points spiked by an albatross as Canlubang completed its domination of Division I in the Jungolf Interclub golf championships at the Mt. Malarayat Golf and Country Club course here on Wednesday.

Carlos holed his second shot on the par-5 No. 5 of the Makulot nine of the 27-hole complex en route to a three-under-par 69 to spark Canlubang?s final-day explosion of 161 for a 26-point victory over Manila Southwoods.

Rupert Zaragosa and Gio Gandionco carded 52s to complete scoring for Canlubang.

Miguel Tabuena, who slumped to 51 and failed to count for Canlubang, held on to win the individual title by three points over Carlos.

Aguinaldo, behind Justin Dy, compiled a 147 to snatch the Division II crown while Carlos Philippe Palanca and Bernice Olivarez-Ilas led Alabang to the Division III plum in this curtain-raiser to the 2010 ICTSI Jungolf Summer Circuit.

The ICTSI Jungolf Summer Circuit is also supported by Pancake House Group, Teriyaki Boy, Sizzlin? Pepper, Dynamic Sports and Leisure Corp., Philippine Airlines, McDonald?s, Smart Communications, Golf Depot and Pioneer Insurance.

Dy joined hands with Kristoffer Arevalo, Kristine Torralba and Bianca Pagdanganan to deliver a 15-point win for Aguinaldo while Palanca and Ilas teamed up with Miguel Olivarez-Ilas and Connor Cully for a 16-point Alabang romp.

Joining Tabuena as individual winners were Andie Unson of The Country Club (girls? Class A), Miggy Yee of Southwoods and Princess Superal of Orchard (Class B), Dy and Mia Legaspi of Southwoods (Class C), Arevalo and Sam Bruce of Navy (Class D), Josh Jorge of Navy and Bernice Olivarez-Ilas (Class E) and Jed Dy of Tat Filipinas and Arnie Taguines of Navy (Class F).

Tabuena, Superal and Dy are so far the only unbeaten players in individual play this season.

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