Pagunsan fires another 64, leads team to Southwoods Pro-Am victory

25/06/2022 10:45:00 PM

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Juvic Pagunsan got half of the job done after scoring another eight-under-par 64 on Saturday, June 25, and will just need a little more work to do for a big sweep of the awards on Sunday in the Southwoods Pro-Am Invitational.

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Juvic Pagunsan got half of the job done after scoring another eight-under-par 64 on Saturday, June 25, and will just need a little more work to do for a big sweep of the awards on Sunday in the Southwoods Pro-Am Invitational at the Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club in Carmona, Cavite.

The 44-year-old Pagunsan made a virtual repeat of his superb performance at the Masters course in the first round a day earlier with an eagle, seven birdies, a bogey and the rest pars to lead his team to a runaway victory in the 36-hole pro-am competition.

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Manila Bulletin Sports Juvic Pagunsan got half of the job done after scoring another eight-under-par 64 on Saturday, June 25, and will just need a little more work to do for a big sweep of the awards on Sunday in the Southwoods Pro-Am Invitational at the Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club in Carmona, Cavite.Manila Bulletin Sports Juvic Pagunsan fell a stroke short of the course record with a superb eight-under-par 64, ushering him to a four-stroke lead after the first round of the P1 million Southwoods Pro-Am Invitational at the Masters course of the Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club in Carmona, Cavite.Manila Bulletin Sports Juvic Pagunsan fell a stroke short of the course record with a superb eight-under-par 64, ushering him to a four-stroke lead after the first round of the P1 million Southwoods Pro-Am Invitational at the Masters course of the Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club in Carmona, Cavite.College of St.

The 44-year-old Pagunsan made a virtual repeat of his superb performance at the Masters course in the first round a day earlier with an eagle, seven birdies, a bogey and the rest pars to lead his team to a runaway victory in the 36-hole pro-am competition. Pagunsan’s teammates — outgoing Senate president Tito Sotto, Maru Sotto and Bing Lapus — joined him in a second consecutive net round of 11-under-par 61 that won them the low gross title in the pro-am competition by four strokes over the team of Jhonnel Ababa and his amateur partners Jude Eustaquio, Jet Mathay and Miguel Ochoa. Fidel Concepcion and Justin Quiban, coming off a stint in the Asian Development Tour in Indonesia last week, both checked in with 69s to join the steady Dino Villanueva in fourth place while the group at 70 was composed of Mike Bibat, Anthony Fernando, Reymon Jaraula and Gerald Rosales. Barring a major meltdown, Pagunsan also virtually put a lock on the individual pro title and the P200,000 champion’s prize as the former Asian Tour champion surged ahead by seven over amateur Carl Corpus (65-135) and by eight on Justin Quiban (67-36) with a 128 total going into the final 18 holes today at the Masters course. Jobim Carlos broke out of a long scoring slump to shoot a 71 like Ira Alido with duo finishing a stroke ahead of Frankie Minoza, Joenard Rates and Orland Sumcad who all wound up with 72s. After his first birdie on the second hole, Pagunsan banged in an eagle on the par-5 eighth and also birdied the ninth to hit the turn at four under. Pagunsan was all business at the dreaded Masters course, hitting the turn with a 33 after a birdie at the par-5 eighth then a hole-out eagle on the island-green of the signature ninth hole. He birdied the 11th and after taking his lone bogey for the day on the 12th. So dominant were the Lady Blazers that they walloped the Lady Generals in 65 minutes.

Pagunsan went on a rampage with birdies on four of the last six holes. He came a stroke shy of matching the 63 course mark jointly shared by Prom Meesawat (2014) and Sattaya Supupramai (2016) set in different years of the now defunct Resorts World Manila Masters. He came a stroke shy of matching the 63 course mark jointly shared by Prom Meesawat (2014) and Sattaya Supupramai (2016) set in different years of the now defunct Resorts World Manila Masters. Sharing pro-am honors with Pagusan and his teammates were Ivan Monsalve and amateur partners Oliver Gan, Francesca Gan and Gab Manotoc and Rupert Zaragosa and amateur partners Bobby Inigo, Carlito Javier and Ferdie Dimaisip. Monsalve and his partners won the Division 1 title by two over Ababa’s team with a net score of 115 (58-57) for 36 holes while the Zaragosa-led squad netted a 111 (54-57) and claimed the Division 2 crown by three over Frankie Minoza and his partners Nolan Enriquez, Almario Alix and Richard Santos. Ababa and his teammates, however, were tied for the lead with Ivan Monsalve and amateur backups Oliver and Francesca Gan and Gab Manotoc in Division 1 of the net competition Rupert Zaragosa and amateur teammates Bobby Inigo, Carlito Javier and Ferdie Dimaisip were up by three over the Pagunsan-led team with a net 54 in Division 2. The hole sponsors of the Southwoods Pro-Am are Agrexplore Corp. The hole sponsors of the Southwoods Pro-Am are Agrexplore Corp., The Turf Company, MRT Dev., The Turf Company, MRT Dev.

Co., Peugeot through Barrhorn Motors, Inc., Peugeot through Barrhorn Motors, Inc., Peugeot through Barrhorn Motors, Inc., Asia Global Technologies,The Manor and the Forest Lodge at Camp John Hay, Klio International,Peugeot, Januarius Holdings, Malveda Properties & Dev’t. Corp. Corp., MRT Dev Co, Scaffel Volvo through Pike Motors, Inc., MRT Dev Co, Scaffel Volvo through Pike Motors, Inc.

and Coca Cola Beverages Phils. and Coca Cola Beverages Phils., Inc. . Bronze sponsors include Time Cargo Logistics, RFM Corp. Bronze sponsors include Time Cargo Logistics, RFM Corp.