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.