Co, Ignacio score wins in 13th Nanoy Cup-A A +A
Friday, January 4, 2013
BUSINESSMAN Jay Co had a low gross of 69 points, while Goody Ignacio shot 70 stableford point as the two par busters share top honors in the 13th Nanoy Ilusorio Cup at the Baguio Country Club.
Co took the crown in the men’s division for the overall crown, while Ignacio was atop the seniors division and were joined by Nida Whybrow for the overall crown in the ladies side of the tournament, in honor of the late Ilusorio, BCC president emeritus and chairman for life.
Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan topped Class A with a net score of 62 points, while Bonifacio Pimentel and Euls Austin settled for first and second runner-up, respectively, in the event backed by Prudential Guarantee, Audi, Camp John Hay Golf Club, The Manor, Smart, Empire Golf, and The Cliffs.
Class B championship went to Ed Dirige, while Rico San San Antonio and Bayani Tecson settled for second and third place honors, respectively, as Rico Garcia took the top honors in Class C as Itong Tan and Loreto Maranan salvaged second and third in order.
Class D honors went to Danny Wong besting Larry Senoto and Eduardo Aratas, who took home the first and second runners-up trophies of the event also backed by Unilever, Globe, Finewine, Pac-sports, Bishop Carlito Cenzon Foundation, Thunderbird, University of Baguio, and Erwin Puzon Photography.
Jun Basabica topped Class A in the seniors division with a net of 61, while Billy Dulay and Benjie Favis came home with first and second runner-up honors with PMSEA, RizGolf Sports, San Miguel Corporation, Erge Consultants, Titania Wine Cellar, Congressman Bernardo Vergara, and Mayor Mauricio Domogan also backing the tournament.
Cesar Peralejo won the Class B division with a 50 net points edging Ed tom and Rene Ronquillo to salvage first and second runner-up honors, while Manuel Chiu was the champion in the Class C division with Dennis Sy and Gamaliel Flores bringing home second and third place honors.
Rachelle Julian came out the big winner in class A of the ladies side as Irene Peralejo and Nora Sy came in second and third respectively. Imelda Donato topped class B also in the ladies side as Letty Baquilar and Letty Turner settled for first and second runner-up honors, respectively.
Mavic Tan brought home the crown in class C as Mig So salvaged for second with Melanie Julian in third place of the tournament conceived to give impetus on the life and works of Nanoy -- a sportsman, a leader and a visionary, whose heart and ideals have touched lives of countless people.
Roi Garcia was the winner in Class A of the Dependents Division while the class B honors went to Gab Aoyong with Francis Lopez winning in the class C division. Vince Hizon and Jay Alonzo topped Class A and Class B of the Guest Division.
Special prizes were also given out during the tournament led by Rommel Frencillo winning the most accurate drive, Jemar Mapili taking home the longest drive plum, Swanny Mangaoang bagging the nearest to the pin, Nita Palma for the 100 gross score, Micheal Goquingco taking the Golf Course Inspector award while the 100th registrant was Bonifacio Pimentel. (Roderick Osis)
Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on January 05, 2013.