Pro­mote golf sports tourism in Clark, Pam­panga – vil­lage chief

Sun.Star Pampanga - - TOPSTORIES! - BY REY­NALDO G. NAVALES Sun.Star Staff Re­porter

AN­GE­LES CITY — A vil­lage chief in this city has un­der­scored the need to pro­mote the golf sports tourism in the Philip­pines par­tic­u­larly in Clark Freeport and Pam­panga prov­ince.

Rode­lio “Tony” Ma­mac, chair­man of Barangay Bal­ibago here, said that sev­eral places in the Philip­pines, par­tic­u­larly Clark Freeport and Pam­panga have world-class golf cour­ses.

Ma­mac said that some 50 mem­bers, mostly Filipino Amer­i­cans, of a golfers as­so­ci­a­tion in Las Ve­gas are now in the coun­try.

They ar­rived in Manila on Fe­bru­ary 10 and they will stay in the coun­try un­til Fe­bru­ary 24, ac­cord­ing to Mama, who is also a mem­ber of the sports as­soci at i on.

The group al­ready played at the Camp John Hay in Baguio City and Pradera Golf Club in Lubao town, Pam­panga.

Ma­mac said that they are set to play in Anvaya Cove in Bataan on Fe­bru­ary 17, Sun Val­ley Golf Club in Clark Freeport on Fe­bru­ary 20, East Ridge Golf in An­tipolo City on Fe­bru­ary 21, and For­rest Hills in Co­geo An­tipolo on Fe­bru­ary 22.

Ma­mac said he will ask the group to raise funds for a yearly med­i­cal mis­sion in var­i­ous parts of the coun­try.

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