67th PAL Interclub to tee off Feb. 18

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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

AFTER hosting the country’s longest national team golf championship in 2010, the challenging layouts of the top golf courses in Negros Occidental will again be busy for the annual Philippine Air Lines Interclub Golf Tournament on February 18.

Hundreds of top golfers across the country will fly to the City of Smiles next week to compete for the 67th PAL Interclub Golf Tournament 2014 which will tee off at the Negros Occidental Golf and Country Club (NOGCC) in Barangay Bata, Bacolod City.

Categories to be competed are the seniors division, the men’s division, the media, and the sponsors’ tournaments.


The seniors division will officially start its four-day tournament on February 20 at NOGCC and Bacolod Golf and Country Club (BGCC) at Hacienda Binitin, Murcia following the February 18-scheduled team captain’s meeting.

The awards night for the seniors division will be on February 23 followed by the tee-off of the men’s division at the NOGCC on February 24. The two-day media tournament is set February 24 and 25 at the BGCC while the four-day men’s division will be held February 26 to March 1 at both golf courses simultaneously.

The sponsors’ tournament will be played on March 1 at the NOGCC followed by the men’s division awards night.

Top teams expected to vie for the title are the Canlubang GC, Luisita, Southwoods, Cebu GC, Apo Golf Club, Davao City Golf Club, and Negros-based clubs from NOGCC, BGCC and Victorias Golf and Country club.

Last year's tournament was held at Cebu Country Club.

Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on February 12, 2014.


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