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Roberto-Lorenzo wins overall gross team title

Lora Roberto and Isa Lorenzo walked away with the overall gross team title after combining for 110, while Orville Cabungcal and Rod Sanchez assembled 132 to walk away with the overall net team crown in the 2019 Invitational of the Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club recently.

The pairs of Rusty Bayani-Jojo Mercado (Div. 1), Ian Tambunting-Raymund Lacdao (Div. 2), Pelagio Laplap-Ben Molino (Div. 3), Willie Maldia-Dante Maldia (Div. 4), Manolo Agojo-Neri Ignacio (Div.5) and Shin Suzuki-Yazuhito Yazawa (sponsors and guests) were the division winners.

Runners up were Serafina Kim-Rita Horan, Robert Banatin-John Elepano, Gil Domingo-Ricardo Antonio, Ed Leonardo-John Leonardo, Osler Padua-Jose Alvarez, and Tony Lin-Mike Shih in the event sponsored by Mitsubishi Motors PH/Alpine Motors Corp. Mit Air, The Turf Co. and Agrexplore.

Also winning big in the four-day tournament, supported by Crystalite Distribution Group (Monster Energy Drink), MRT Dev. Co., were Arnold Serano, who brought home a brand new Mitsubishi Mirage G4 and Lanfen Hsieh, who received a 7-night cruise from Royal Caribbean and Baron Travel.

Boeing Materials Handling Corp., CJH Golf Club, CLTPSJ Law Office, Club Leisure, Coffee Stains, Forest Hills, G&W, GG&A, Golden Oats, Golforce, Greens N Turf, Le Chef, Megaworld Global Estate, Metro Countrywide, PBR Law Offices, Product Providers, RCNA, Solid Global Ventures, Southwoods Manor, Warbird and the Manor and Forest Lodge at CJH were backers.    

Topics: Lora Roberto , Isa Lorenzo , Orville Cabungcal , Rod Sanchez , 2019 Invitational , Manila Southwoods Golf and Country

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