Do­mo­gan-led CJH is vir­tual first su­per se­nior champ

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BAGUIO City Mayor Mauri­cio Do­mo­gan scored 29 points and lead anew co-host Camp John Hay Club to 94 for a three day ag­gre­gate of 289 to vir­tu­ally clinch the in­au­gu­ral Su­per Se­nior ti­tle of the 69th Fil-Am In­vi­ta­tional golf tour­na­ment at the Baguio Coun­try Club.

Korean na­tional and re­tired ar­chi­tect Park Jong Won had a solid 28 anew as he backed the Baguio mayor even as Car­los Nano and Jun To­lete added 19 and 18 points re­spec­tively for the newly in­tro­duced di­vi­sion for play­ers 70 years of age and older.

Golf F Vet­eran is a dis­tant sec­ond with 223 points af­ter a 72, 66 point off the leader. The only uncer­tain thing in the di­vi­sion is the third placer which could ei­ther go to Team Hol­ly­wood II or Res­i­dences at Brent with the for­mer ahead by only three points. Team Hol­ly­wood has a 175 af­ter shoot­ing a 49, while the lat­ter made a third day out­put of 53 for 172.

Park, who played for the win­ning CJH Se­niors Fil Cham­pi­onship team from 2013 to 2015 and with Pugo in 2016, also leads the inI

di­vid­ual race with 84 and two up on his mayor team­mate. The next best placed is Jun Bu­gaco of Golf F – Vet­er­ans who has a three day to­tal of 69, 13 down on the mayor.

It will be a thrilling fight in Reg­u­lar Fil G Thurs­day af­ter EK Ami­gos made their move at the BCC greens to cut the lead of three day leader Bibak New York to only one.

Ro­dante Pangili­nan, Danny Wong, Ricky Di­maru­cot and Ferdie Ma­tias were stead­ier at the short and tricky BCC course when they com­bined for 66 points to fi­nally gain a head­way and 233 points to move to within a point off the leader.

Bibak NY man­aged 62 points on the 25 of Lind­ley Hora, 15 of Reg­gie Reyna, 13 of Don­nie Leonor and nine of Jimmy Martin.

A dis­tant third is Ea­gle­mas­ters at 208 af­ter a 63.

Yoko­suka Rins­ing Sun thrived at the longer CJH course as they shot an 87 for 222 points and over­take two round leader IGC – Tuge­garao. The Ca­gayanos man­aged 67 points only for 220 ag­gre­gate set­ting up an­other spec­tac­u­lar fi­nale for the Am G ti­tle.

Team Fore­tee stays at third spot with 205 af­ter a 72.

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