S’woods teams pad lead leading to BCC for 3rd and 4th rounds

CRUISE CONTROL. Gabe Manotoc sees his line of putting at the Camp John Hay course where he slowed down to make a three over for 33 after a sizzling opener of three under or 39. The team, however, increased its lead to 23 as they take a break before resuming on Saturday at the short and tricky Baguio Country Club course. Fil-Am Golf Media Photo

Jae Hyung Jun shot a second straight one under 68 for 37 points, even as Carl Corpus and Gabriel Manotoc slowed down at the Camp John Hay golf course as Manila Southwoods settled for a six over for 138 points for a two day total of 286 points before shifting to the short and tricky Baguio Country Club layout Saturday.

Jae submitted four biridies against three birdies to conjure the only sub-par performance in the six team Fil Championship flight to banner Southwoods’ title retention bid.

Kristoffer Arevalo after failing to count on first day had a one over for 35 points, while Corpus and Manotoc had identical 33s. Aidric Chan did not count this time with his 29.

Augusto Pacheco had an even par for 36 points to lead one time champion Forest Hill to 134 and a halfway total of 263, 23 points off the leader.

Edison Tabalin had 34, while Rocky Co and Jose Inigo Raymundo chipped in a pair  32s to count for the team.

Januarius Golf Team 1 had 32s from Ray Sangil and Terence Macatangay, while Ryan Rizada and Ronald Lachica added 31 and 29, respectively, for the team’s 124 and 245 total and carry a two shot lead on SPES Team 1 which made 127 and 243 aggregate.

Time Cargo Logistics Team 1 is at fifth spot with 228 after a 118, while X1R Tipsypig Mizuno Team 1 carded a 119 for 226 points for sixth and last spot.

Southwoods team B got a one over for 35 points at the BCC fairways to lead the defending champion to 119 for 238 and widen its lead to 33 points leading to the kinder layout of CJH on Saturday.

Lanz Uy made 34, while Shinichi Suzuki and Masaichi Otake added 25 each to count. Leandro Bagtas did not count for the team after a 20.

Royal Northwoods assembled 102 points for 205 total on the 29 of Zachary Villaroman, 28 from Patrick Tamblaque, 26 from Tristan Padilla and 19 from Alexander Crisostomo.

Riviera Batangas Barako is at third spot with 190 after a 95, four off Valley Golf after a 96. Team Surigao Norcal and Leeward Fil-Am of Hawaii are at fifth and sixth spots with 174 and 158, respectively.

Bulakenos 2.0 came home with 102 points and 191 total to wrest the lead on day one leader Avanti Transports / Laguna Ice 1 which limped home with an 83 and two day total of 182.

Two teams lurk with Cool Jocks Team 1 at 181, after a 93, and Central Florida VST Team 1 at 180 with a 98.

Team Surigao Kairo shot an 87 for 180 points and saw its five point lead down to only one with Mabalacat City Golfers shooting a 91 for 179.

A distant third is Yokohama Eagles which has 158 after a second round 84. Pigeon Lobien



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