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Lascuna leads PGAP winners


Tony Lascuna fired the day’s best round — a three-under-par 67 — to rule the senior division in the Professional Golf Association of the Philippines fun golf game tournament at the Veterans Golf Club in Quezon City on Monday.

Lascuna, a multi-titled pro, collected four birdies against a lone bogey to edge Mars Pucay by two shots. Ronald Pactolerin and Jonathan Besite tied for third with identical 76s.

In the super senior bracket, Danny de los Santos carded a 69 to win by seven shots over Robert Pactolerin. Sharing third were Ernesto Ponelas and Mario Manubay who shot similar 77s.

The touring division was won by Randy Garalde with a 70 followed by Allan Remata and Robert Marabe with 71 each.

Nelbert Salahog was tops among teaching pros with a 72. Joel Casanova came in second on 75 while Mico Pactolerin, Ronnie Rondina, and Melvin Ignacio shared third with a 76 each.

70 — Randy Garalde
71 — Allan Remata, Robert Marabe
72 — Elmer Arcillas, Don Petil
73 — Omar Dungca, Aging Gabo
75 — Russell Honrubia
76 — Orlan Sumcad
77 — Christopher delos Santos
78 — Rolando Marabe
81 — Majonie Pulumbarit, Ji Sung Cheon
85 — JR Casas
72 — Nelbert Salahog
75 — Joel Casanova
76 — Mico Pactolerin, Ronnie Rondina, Melvin Ignacio
77 — Frodel Peralta, Jujeth Benedicto
78 — Angie Anzuris, Nick Casupanan, Jovan Alcazar, Joel Pilac
79 — Walter Sangalang, Marlon Dimapilis, Danny Pama, Aris Ayen, Dindo Sta. Clara, Mariano Reanturco, Rey Manulat
80 — Jonel Bulawit, Romeo Sanchez, JR Salahog
81 — Archie Serdenia, Jessie Marcelo, Gilbert Pilac, Rodrigo Vargas
82 — Archie Arogante, Teng Catong
83 — Ben Labanza, Ian Matchado, Ronel Martinez
84 — Alvin Cunan, Erol Cabauatan, Jao Espares, Ronald Yebes
85 — Ferdie Rama, Pepito Rico Jr., Efren Robles, Nefrey Enemento
86 — Eric Remata, Anthony dela Rosa, Arwin Baac, Radly Ayen
87 — Arvin Manalang, Norly Nevarez
88 — Jusfer Moralde, Roderick Pena, Jessie Sta. Clara
89 — Mark Wangiwang
90 — Dan Razalan
92 — Dante Castillo
94 — Rodel Maniego, Marlon Allegado
96 — Faustino Eugenio
100 — Francis Balboa

67 — Tony Lascuna
69 — Mars Pucay
76 — Ronald Pactolerin, Jonathan Besite
77 — Rodolfo Cuello
78 — Leo Serdenia, Arnold Regidor
79 — Roger Linde, Emil Magtuba, Edward Tumamao
80 — Domeng Umadhay
81 — Pai Sanchez
82 — Ricky Piloto, Gorry Allarce
83 — Willy Panganiban, Benjie Magada
85 — Jovy Tolentino
86 — Alden Bait
88 — Toto Espanola
90 — Ricky Marcelo
93 — Jojo Jorge
100 — Mike Ledesma

Super Senior
69 — Danny de los Santos
76 — Robert Pactolerin
77 — Ernesto Ponelas, Mario Manubay
78 — Jun Sta. Maria
79 — Rico Legaspi, Ernie Rellon, Leonard Estrera
80 — Mario Ramones, Danny Fortusa, Noli Kempis, Danilo Petil
81 — Joseph Arevalo
82 — Rey Dungca, Sonny Bisco
85 — Rodrigo Cuello, Jess Casas
88 — Willy Rosites, Buddy de Joya
89 — Moises Legaspi
90 — Florencio Tiamzon, Ernesto Santia
91 — Marciano delos Santos
93 — Shunam Jhang
95 — Vic Granada
96 — Martin Rivera

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