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Grandpa & grandson top 4th Apache golf division
Harley Palangchao
Sports, 4-13-2014


A three-generation family of golfers took center stage at the 4th Apache golf tournament held at the Baguio Country Club fairways last March 29.

Leading the winning golfers was former Baguio City councilor and Transportation and Communications director Federico Mandapat Jr., who ruled the regulars Class A title.

Mandapat had a four over 65 for 50 molave points to become the top winner ahead of Korean Kum Kyung Hoo, who trailed him by two points.

Mandapat’s son in-law Earl Farrell was in third place in Class A with 45 molave points.

Farrell’s son TJ took the Jungolf B crown with his 95 and 20 molave points in the event that was bankrolled by the University of Baguio, Eva Pinoy’s, Baguio Rep. Nicasio Aliping, Jr., Nevada Square, Sherwood, and BCC.

Teddy Cheong outscored two others for the class B title with his 41 even as Martin Azurin and Swanny Mangaoang had similar 75 for 40 points, with the former taking in the higher trophy.

Janjan Dacawi had 39 for a seven-shot win over Evan Obrera in Jungolf A. Rachelle Julian took the Ladies A crown with 34 points, while Mel Donato and Jane Aslor took the first and second places in Ladies B.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan dominated the senior’s A with his 80 and 37 points, and a seven shot win on Angel Agustin.

Sonny San Pedro, a former Apache chief, had a nine stroke victory in senior’s B, with Sonny Fagyan in second with 18, while newbie and immediate past chief Jun Tabanda came in third with 11 points.

Apache chief and Councilor Richard Cariño had 39 points to nip contractor Tito Abansi by a mark for the class C title. Christian Bautista, playing off his family’s University of Baguio was third place with his 81 and 34 points.



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