Last Friday we at GolfPH held our first annual tournament at the majestic greens of the Ayala Greenfield Golf and Leisure Club. With the perfect weather and the flawless and beautiful greens at Ayala Greenfield made for the perfect day to play golf.
Excitement was in the air, with players seen at the registration as early as 6AM. The fellow golfers greeted each other, shared some laughs, and expressed their excitement of playing Team Scramble.
The smooth-sailing challenge of overcoming the diverse layout of the Ayala Greenfield Golf was matched by the easy-breezy play of the participants. Many showcased their skill with numerous birdies sunk. A highlight was the impressive drive by Mr. Mark Romero, winner of the Longest Drive, who clocked in an outstanding record of 376 yards at Hole 13.
Nothing less can be expected from Ayala Greenfield, which had graciously lent its facilities for the event. Even more so were the sponsors contributions, in which participants were delighted with the wares and services presented. The tournament proper was capped off in the grand Rizal Function room, where players enjoyed a sumptuous feast. Best of all, prizes were given away to lucky members.
Special Holes prizes were also awarded:
Nearest to the Pin (Hole#14)
Mr. Randy Cinco (118 cm.)
Longest Drive (Hole#13)
Mr. Mark Romero (376 yards)
Most Accurate Drive (Hole#17)
Mr. Albert Nepomuceno (114 cm.)
Team Mixed Nuts 1
Congratulations to our winners and to everyone who participated! We hope to see everyone again next year!
The 2012 GolfPH Annual Golf Tournament is made possible because of the great help provided by its sponsors: AutoHub Group (V-Kool), Zenea Slimming and Bodysculpting, VMV Hypoallergenics, EO Executive Optical (Adidas), Pro Friends, Elements Residences, Casa Vinicola Zonin, ClickTheCity.com, Ariva! Events Management, Inc., PeopleAsia, Sledgers, Victorinox, Crosswinds Resort Suites Tagaytay, Callaway Golf, Macropharma Corporation, Mary Kay, Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences, Hotel H2O, Gatorade, Bellarocca, Pocari Sweat, and Rudy Project.
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