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Cangolf eyes 4th straight PAL Sr title

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Canlubang guns for a fourth straight Philippine Airlines Senior Interclub title starting Thursday against an old archrival that will be led by former pro Eddie Bagtas at the Marapara and Binitin layouts in Bacolod.

Posted: February 14th, 2014 in Golf,Headlines | Read More »

Dangerous precedents

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I THOUGHT I had seen it all but this seems to have taken the cake… I was looking forward to watching this season’s UAAP games because I felt that it’s still the best collegiate league around, producing quality games at a high standard.

Posted: September 1st, 2013 in Basketball,Commentary,Featured Columns,Headlines,Section,UAAP | Read More »

NGAP in full swing with Royal & Ancient aid

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THE NATIONAL Golf Association of the Philippines is cashing in on its aggressive development program. With a multitude of tournaments under their belt since taking over two years ago, NGAP president Tommy Manotoc and the federation’s other officers got a huge gift from no less than the Royal & Ancient (R&A), the sport’s world governing body.

Posted: June 22nd, 2013 in Golf,Headlines,Multimedia,Photos,Photos and Videos,Section | Read More »

Terrific Putra Cup promise for PH bets

National Golf Association of the Philippines president Tommy Manotoc is convinced he has the right recruits in the country’s bid to regain the Philippines Southeast Asia’s official golf team championship title late this month.

Posted: June 15th, 2013 in Golf,Headlines,Section | Read More »

Tommy Manotoc to Royal and Ancient Golf Club

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IT’S as tight as a Scottish Highlands drum. It’s as fine as Shetland wool. It’s the Royal and Ancient Golf Club—one of golf’s oldest and most prestigious—and often referred to as the home of the game.

Posted: April 6th, 2013 in Commentary,Featured Columns,Golf,Headlines,Section,Southpaw | Read More »

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