Camp John Hay sustains dominance at home
Camp John Hay captured its first-ever Goodwill Cup championship over the weekend by dominating the two-day finals at home.
CJH posted 123 points in two rounds to complete a sweep of the four-stage competition ahead of Sherwood Hills, Forest Hills and Manila Southwoods in that order.
Starting the finals on top with 100 points, CJH earned another 100 to finish the tournament with 200 points.
Sherwood Hills came in second with 132.5 points followed by Forest Hills (112.5) and Manila Southwoods (55).
The 20-man victorious team is composed of Seo Eun Young, Bayani Tecson, Huy Yun, Kim Jun Young, Joy Sevilla, Tonton Fernandez, Daisuke Hagiwara, Boni de Castro, Moon Won Sang, Kim Suk Hee.
Julius Villaruz, Lee Jung Hyun, Yoon Seung Hee, Kim Ju Hee, Ricky Dimarucot, Wilbert Tan, Kim Eun Sook, Jun Tolete, Roger Conde and Paul Agnew.
“We’re thrilled and very happy with our win,” said CJH general manager Tim Allen who looks forward to defending their title next year.
Manila Southwoods and Forest Hills have each won thrice in the first six editions of the competition featuring Fil-Estate golf courses.
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