Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

SPORTS

LJ Go advances in Japan Q-School

Juvic Pagunsan one-putted 10 holes to leap to a share of 11th spot.

Lloyd Jefferson Go advanced to the third stage of the Japan Golf Tour Q-School despite a closing two-over-par 74 at the Hourai Country Club in Japan Friday.

Go completed 72 holes on 2-under 286, good for a share of 20th place.

Only the top 33 and ties make the cut for the next stage on 28 November.

Go had a bad start of three bogeys in the first four holes but righted the ship at the back with two birdies against one bogey.

Japanese Yohei Nakamichi topped the qualifying on 17-under 271, seven shots ahead of Taiga Harada. Third place went to Kazuki Ishiwata on 9-under after a 279.

Meanwhile, Juvic Pagunsan one-putted 10 holes to leap to a share of 11th spot following an impressive five-under-par bogey-free 65 in the Heiwa PGM Championship in Ishioka, Japan.

The 44-year-old Filipino, who opened with a 69 Thursday, reached the turn on 2-under after birdies on 1 and 8. He added three more birdies on 10, 17, and 18.

Pagunsan moved to 6-under 134, just four shots off co-leaders Brendan Jones of Australia and Japanese Keita Nakajima.

Jones fired a 63 while Nakajima carded a 64.

Justin de los Santos, the other Filipino in the field, turned in a 68 to improve to 1-under 139. He had six birdies against two bogeys and a double bogey.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

SPORTS

Manny Pacquiao knows his time is up. This was the keen observation made by a longtime member of his training team who spent dinner...

ESPORTS

The dynamic duo of Johnmar “OhMyV33nus” Villaluna and Danerie James “Wise” del Rosario is back with a bang after leading Blacklist International to a...

SPORTS

The University Athletic Association of the Philippines will have a full calendar of sports events for Season 85 starting 1 October. UAAP President Fr....

ESPORTS

ECHO has revealed its roster for the upcoming M4 Mobile Legends World Championship to be held 1-15 January 2023 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The seven...

SPORTS

It’s going to be business as usual as the Philippine Basketball Association will not stop its on-court activities when it gives way for the...

SPORTS

It doesn’t look as if newly-crowned Melvin Jerusalem will get the luxury of defending his minimumweight crown against a handpicked rival after the World...

SPORTS

Mitchell, meanwhile, is a six-foot shooting guard frowm Hartford University.

SPORTS

Legendary boxing referee Carlos ‘Sonny’ Padilla was recently inducted into the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame. Famous for serving as the third man in...

Copyright © DAILY TRIBUNE