Justin Quiban and Moulay Rhounimi seize solo lead during start of ICTSI National Pro-am Open

October 17, 2017 - tonton

Justin Quiban and Moulay Rhounimi rode a birdie binge during a behind to label a two-under 70 afterwards watched dual of their rivals stutter during a finish to seize a solo lead during a start of a International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) National Pro-am Open during a Mount Malarayat Golf and Country Club in Lipa City on Tuesday.

Benjie Magada and Carlo Quimson went two-under after 14 holes yet bogeyed Nos. 15 and 16, while a Tonton Asistio-Jude Eustaquio span bogeyed Nos. 8 and 9 on a approach home, withdrawal Quiban and Rhounimi on tip of a 117-team store of a P2-million contest regulating a foursomes (alternate shot) format.

In contrast, Richard Abaring and JC Alba birdied a final dual holes during Mount Lubo to squeeze solo second during 71, while a Magada-Quimzon, Asistio-Eustaquio, Reymon Jaraula-Noel Langamin and Paul Echavez-Hidenobu Hirooka tandems slipped to corner third with even 72s.

Quiban and Rhounini bucked a 37 start during Mount Lubo with birdies on Nos. 11, 13 and 14 during Mount Malipunyo and, yet they bogeyed a par-3 15th, a twin recovered a cadence with a birdie on a par-five 17th to set a gait in a 54-hole championship sponsored by ICTSI charity P360,000 to a pro champion and prize and prizes to a amateur.

A horde of teams indeed swarming a Quiban-Rhounimi span for a lead in ideal condition infancy of a approach yet wavered entrance home with a Asistio-Eustaquio twin dropping off a corner lead with shutting bogeys.

Magada and Quimzon looked headed for an bomb finish after birdying Nos. 10 and 12 yet stumbled with those dual bogeys before shutting out with a birdie-bogey stint.

Dante Becierra and Elee Becierra incited in a 73 for corner seventh with Raymund Gonzales and Iñigo Raymundo, while Jelbert Gamolo and Jolo Magcalayo hobbled with a 74 for a share of ninth with a James Ryan Lam-Paolo Olives, Leonardo Estrera-BJ Cadayong, Mhark Fernando-Nico Sevilla and Ramil Bisera-J. Quibol pairs.

Clyde Mondilla, a newly crowned Philippine Golf Tour (PGT) Order of Merit leader who surfaced a final dual PGT and PGT Asia legs, struggled with his immature partner in Dongbin Seo, limping with a 77 for corner 29th with 10 other pairs.

Pauline del Rosario and Annyka Cayabyab fought behind from a 41 start with back-to-back birdies from No. 13, yet a twin still stood 5 strokes behind a leaders with a 75 in a tie with Carito Villaroman-Carlo Villaroman, Elmer Saban-Paolo Wong, J. Suarez-J. Reyes, Nilo Salahog-J. Brage and R. Candinato-CJ Remata pairs.

After 36 holes, a tip 40 teams from a starting margin of 117 will allege to a final turn of a eventuality orderly by Pilipinas Golf Tournaments Inc. and corroborated by Custom Clubmakers, Meralco, Champion, Summit Mineral Water, KG Golf Apparel, BDO, Sharp, KZG, PLDT and M.Y. Shokai Technology Inc.

Image Credits: Roy Domingo

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