Mizuno-Che showdown shifts over to Baguio Country Club
Team Camp John Hay, made up of (from left) Boysie Yñiguez, Jayson Yu, Ronnie Samaniego and Raymond Bunquin, gears up for a tough challenge against a crack field in pursuit of the Fil B division crown in the 70th FilAm Invitational golf tournament at Camp John Hay and Baguio Country Club courses.

Mizuno-Che showdown shifts over to Baguio Country Club

(The Philippine Star) - December 16, 2019 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — The rivalry between X1R-Mizuno and Che’Lus I continues as the third round competition in the Fil-A division of the 70th FilAm Invitational gets going today at the Baguio Country Club. 

They first went at it in 2011 when neither team wanting to lose. Mizuno won the close encounter but only by count back as they wound up tied in regulation. 

After two rounds, X1R Mizuno holds a commanding 22-point lead largely because of the 128 output, led by the 37 of Justine Tambunting, on Saturday at Camp John Hay. 

King Stehmeier made 33 and Ace Stehmeier and Gab Macalaguim each contributed a 29.

Che’Lus I assembled 111 for 231. Mike Castro topscored with 35 and was backed by Warren Pelletier’s 27, John Quinata’s 25 and Jesse Quenga 24. 

“It’s a comfortable lead going to BCC. But we can’t be complacent in the last two rounds. We need to continue to play and score well,” said team owners Brixton Aw and Lovel Gopez. 

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