The annual Mauricio G. Domogan Golf Tournament has been set at Camp John Hay Golf Club with players having the option to play on Oct. 20 or 21.
The tournament that has delivered financial assistance to various civic groups, including cancer patients in two big hospitals in Baguio will adopt the PAL points for players with handicap index and System 36 to those without a registered handicap.
Registration fee is P3,000 for CJH members and P4,000, inclusive of green fee, for non-members.
All players will also be entitled to golf umbrella, raffle ticket, and dinner stub during the awarding ceremonies at CAP-John Hay Trade and Cultural Center on Oct. 21. Personal pre-sence is not required to win in the raffle.
Classifications are class A, B, and C for the mens’, ladies’, and seniors’ division.
Indigent students and patients are this year’s beneficiaries.
Before he left politics, Domogan, a long-time mayor and lawmaker, has established the Domogan Charity Golf Cup (DCGC), in a bid to raise funds for indigents and civic groups.
In 2022, DCGC has donated P610,000 worth of assistance to various civic and other cause-oriented groups following its successful staging at Camp John Hay.
Bulk of the proceeds amounting to P300,000 has been set aside for educational assistance to poor but deserving students in Baguio and P100,000 for indigent patients, also in the city.
The Philippine Red Cross-Baguio also received P50,000. Caddies of CJH, Baguio Country Club, and Pinewoods Golf & Country Club also received P90,000 assistance. – Press release