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Manila Southwoods underscored its dominance in the recent 72nd Fil-Am Men’s Invitational in Baguio City by taking the first five places in the premier Group 1 individual divisions.

Carl Corpus, who plays for San Jose State University, capped his big performance with a pair of 37 points at the Baguio Country Club to run away with the title with 146 points.

Korean Jeff Jung came in second with 137 with Lanz Uy taking third place with 136.

Shinichi Suzuki, a member of Southwoods’ second team, took fourth with 128 while Gab Manotoc was fifth with 127.

The other individual division winners were
Chris John Remata of E-Sparta, Group 2; Raymond Bunquin of Forest Hills 2, Group 3; George Punasen of Camp John Hay Golf Club Team 1, Group 4; Mars Mudon 3K Rock Engg & Const Corp Team 1, Group 5; Von Vernon Vargas of Alpha Phi Omega Golfers-Team Omega, Group 6; Chaharo Galeng of Bibak NY/NJ/Igolfers Team 2, Group 7; Roy Gayoba of Moto, Group 8; and Francis Calanio of Baguio Olympics, Group 9.

The top five individual performers in each group:

Group 1: Carl Jano Corpus 146, Jeff Jung 137, Lanz Uy 136, Shinichi Suzuki 128, Gab Manotoc 127.
Group 2: Chris John Remata 121, John Robert Bernis 116, Ricky de los Santos 116, Gary Puckett 115, Aldrin Vicente 115.
Group 3: Raymond Bunquin 113, Junel Soriano 103, Romeo Lopez 101, Miguel Morada100, Rusty Bayani 99.
Group 4: George Punasen 108, Yancy Siladan Mier 107, Dai Tsuchiya 105, Alex Magpantay 103, Ranz Louie Balay-Odao 103.
Group 5: Mars Mudon 110, Henry Rosito 105, Camilo Passi 93, Nicanor Ventura 92, Jeremiah Guanso 91, Gavino Junio 91.
Group 6: Von Vernon Vargas 99, Crisostomo Garbo 93, Philip Natividad 92, Rodrigo Pascua 91, Jose Antonio Maddela 87.
Group 7: Chaharo Galeng 98, Manolito Basmayor 89, Bernard Capuyan 88, Mar Bustos 80, Adolfo Basco 80.
Group 8: Roy Gayoba 79, Paul Angelo Tanjangco 77, Rainier Sarol 73, Jens Dieter Knuttel 71, Ferdinand delos Santos 71, Benedict Calderon 71.
Group 9: Francis Calanio 75, Raul Lambino 68, Eric de Leon 65, Dalmacio Sissi-it 63, Ely Polinag 62, Cris Abalos 62, Donald Daganos 62.

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