CJH, Time Cargo early champs in Fil-Am Golf

By Adrian Flores

Baguio—Camp John Hay and Time Cargo Logistics won in their respective divisions in the A-Division of the 72nd Fil-Am Men’s Invitational Saturday.

CJH pooled in 100 points on the 30 of Emilio Curran, 24 each from George Punasan and Ranz Louie Balay-Odao and 22 from Melchor Rabanes and emerged as Fil-A champs with 423.

Time Cargo, on one hand, slowed down with 112 for 409 points but still won the Am-A title by 11 points over Forest Hills (116-398).

The host club pooled in 100 points on the 30 of Emilio Curran, 24 each from George Punasan and Ranz Louie Balay-Odao and 22 from Melchor Rabanes.

Uragun was the runner up at the Baguio Country Club for 405 points. Francisco Santana Jr. came through with 28 and got support from Don Breganza 27, Dennis Nicomedes 24 and Joe Tenefrancia 21.

Summit Point slid to third after winding up with 97 and 414 aggregate. Abe Avena and Edsel Opulencia signed for 27s, Nelson Ventura 22 and Alan Alegre 21 to close with 100 points.

Joseph Tambunting fired 30, actor Derek Ramsay and Rusty Bayani a pair of 28s and Theody Pascual added 26 for Time Cargo.

Forest Hills mounted a final day attack but came up short. General manager Raymond Bunquin paced the Antipolo squad with 32, Ronnie Littaua 31, Joseph Oliver Uy 28 and Edgar Lee 25.

X1R-TipsyPig-Mizuno placed third after it collected 30 each from Marvin Caparros and John Baron Garcia. Neil Arce turned in 24 while Raymond Co contributed 22 for 106 and 375 total in four days.

The Fil and Am Championship flights, with Manila Southwoods in the lead in both premier divisions, are playing as of press time.

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