NGAP 2-day Rules School under way

(The Philippine Star) - November 14, 2018 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines —  The National Golf Association of the Philippines starts its two-day Workshop and Seminar on the Rules of Golf today  with representatives of the various golf clubs participating at the Alabang Country Club.

The seminar, aimed at further improving the rules knowledge among club players of all abilities, will be facilitated by Jin-Woo Kim, Cc Boo, Eddy Putra, Henry Arabelo and Francis Montaliana with KP Ling of Singapore as observer.

The session, which starts at 9:15 a.m., will delve on various rules from the tee shot to playing the ball, the putting green, lifting and returning the ball to play to the free relief and relief with penalty and disputes and doubtful points before participants take on an R&A Level I examination.

Day 2 of the R&A Rules School will feature practical on-course demonstrations and running a competition starting at 9 a.m.

All the Rule Changes for 2019 will also be taken up, according to NGAP, headed by president Martin Lorenzo and sec-gen Bones Floro with Caloy Coscolluela and Pepot Iñigo as co-chairmen of the rules committee.

Among those participating are member clubs Anvaya Cove, Apo, Ayala Greenfield, Bacolod, Beverly Place, Britannika, Calatagan, Caliraya, Camp Aguinaldo, Camp Evangelista, Camp John Hay, Canlubang, Club Filipino de Cebu, Club Intramuros, Eagle Ridge, Eastridge, Fernando Air Base, Forest Hills, Haciendas De Naga Sports Club, Inc., Illana Bay, Iloilo;

Isabela, KC Filipinas, Luisita, Manila Golf Club, Mimosa, Mt. Malarayat, Negros Occidental, Paraiso, Navy, Pueblo De Oro, Rancho Palos Verdes, Sherwood, Summit Point, Tagaytay Highlands, Midlands, The Cliffs, Manila Southwoods, Orchard, Riviera, Royal Northwoods, Valley, Veterans, Victories, Villamor and Wack Wack.

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