2014 WGAP Infinity Luzvimin Photos. Team Del Monte.
Manila Southwoods dominates the 22nd LUZVIMIN Golf Tournament, with Annika Cedo, Sunshine Baraquiel, Ma. Sofia Chabon, and Sophia Ysabel Blanco bringing home the crown of the Diamond Division with 622 points.
As the annual tournament of the Women’s Golf Association of the Philippines (WGAP) comes to a close, the battle between the ladies of Villamor and Del Monte for the second rank has been intense. Harmie Constantino and Chanelle Avaricio led the Pasay-based team to a two-point win (574 pts) against the home favourite Del Monte group (572 pts) with Pamela Mariano and Rainstar Roque heading the pack.
Lorenz Kayla Nocum and the ladies of Valley 1 (501 pts) grasp the prize for the Emerald Division, with Forest Hills (496 pts) as runner-up. Virgie Hermiston’s Davao City (443 pts) triumph in the Ruby Division, followed by the ladies of Valley 2 (426 pts).
Del Monte keeps local pride alive when two players are declared champions in the individual category: Pamela Mariano (Championship flight) and Annika Michelle Mendoza (Class A).
Harmie Constantino from the Villamor team bags the overall top award for the individual game. Meanwhile, Belinda del Rosario of Valley 2 wins in Class B and Rose Sara of Davao City in Class C.
Pueblo de Oro Golf & Country Club hosts the golf invitational, which rotates around the various courses in the country, encouraging camaraderie and friendly competition among lady golfers. Usually the tournament is held in August, but this year the WGAP decided to conduct it in early June and the decision has paid off.
“We have a good turnout,” said Marissa Romano, WGAP President. “The weather has been perfect and the ladies are having a very wonderful experience here at Cagayan de Oro City.”
Date Published: June 07, 2014 Mindanao Daily
Manila Southwoods takes the lead of the WGAP 22nd Infinity Luzvimin Golf Championships this June 4-6 at the Pueblo De Oro Golf and Country Club. Philippine top lady amateur golfers Sunshine Baraqueil, Sofia Chabon, Sophia Blanco and Annika Cedo together bring in a total two-day score of 414 to earn the Manila Southwoods a sure lead in the Class A Pearl Division on the first day and second day of the competition.
Hot on their trail for second place are the Del Monte ladies, led by Pamela Mariano, with a two-day total score of 382. Close on their heels is Harmie Constantino’s Villamor team with 372 total points.
In the meantime, scores for Day 1 of the Class B Emerald Division show Valley Golf I leading over Negros Occidental, while Manila Southwoods II and Forest Hills tied at 3rd place. The players of Valley Golf II top in the Class C Ruby Division, while Davao City and Alabang run at 2nd and 3rd respectively.
The Luzvimin Golf Tournament is a three-day event played this year in Cagayan de Oro City. It was launched by the Women’s Golf Association of the Philippines in 1993 to reach out to the other players in the Southern area of the country. Twenty-one years and tournaments later, it continues to promote women’s golf and the development of Filipina golfers.
by Angela Marionne Mendoza Published June 02, 2014. Mindanao Daily
Pueblo de Oro Golf Club officially hosts this year’s 2014 Infinity Luzvimin Golf Tournament organized by the Women’s Golf Association of the Philippines (WGAP).
This coming June 4 to 6, a total of 30 teams from all over the Philippines has been set to join, including the Del Monte and the Pueblo de Oro Golf Ladies Team representing Northern Mindanao.
Del Monte competes in the Class A Diamond Division, led by Team Captain Starlyn Roque and top local amateur Pamela Mariano. They will also be joined by Rainstar Roque, Annika Michelle Mendoza, Martina Miñoza and Rhea Mae Langgamin.
Pueblo Ladies Golf will be led by Anna Roa and Nimfa Sasaki and will compete in the Pearl Division.
2013 Champion Villamor Ladies Golf Team will also be present to defend their title, where the group fend off the ladies of Manila Southwoods during last year’s Luzvimin Golf Invitational tournament at the Bacolod Golf & Country, Hacienda Binitin, Murcia, Negros Occidental.
Other teams who will be competing in this year’s tournament are Manila Southwoods, Bacolod, Manila Golf, Alabang, Riviera, Negros, Davao City Golf, Forest Hills, Apo Golf, Sta. Elena, Camp Aguinaldo, Ilo-Ilo, Valley Golf and Baguio.
This is a very rushed post from Via IPad and if you are wondering why, it is because I haven’t finished my homework and my mother thinks I am doing it at this moment.
I know I promised a post about my summer classes in the Fashion Institute, but I’ve been a bit busy. Instead, here’s a master post (master picture anyway) of how the second floor classroom looks like. This is where we design our clothes, get inspired and just talk about whatever topic we can think of. Be it models, fashion deisgners or cloth. I’m a lot younger than all of them seeing I took a college course, but they all treat me equally and they have welcomed me like family even if I started a day late. I had a great time with them and today is our last meeting. It’s sad yes, but it’s the end of another chapter. Although next summer, a friend and I are planning to take the advance course since we were able to complete the basics.
The Fashion Institute has expanded my range of designing clothes which I hope one day, can become a great help to me.
This is all I have to say for now, and I am planning to put my designs and drawings here although I am not so sure.. Thoughts?
Because I’ve been looking around lately and I’ve seen a lot of people do it. The question is if I am capable to do it because in my country, school’s coming soon. I guess online selling would work but I’m not sure if most people would purchase items.
My idea is starting small, like only around the city, and then expand to other places when I have enough money to do it.
You see, it’s my dream to put up a Boutique or have my own Designer’s Line. It really is. Along with bags and perfumes. My parents are supportive and they sent me to a fashion school for the summer where I take basic fashion courses but I guess I’m getting out of topic.
My mother said there is this thing called marketing, where you promote the store by showing off their clothes, but I’m not quite sure.
But nevertheless, I’m still unsure about this.
Anyway! I totally forgot about updating this blog more often and I’m going to start keeping up with that promise. So I guess that’s about it. I’m going to posting soon about my experience on the Fashion Institute and if possible, I’m going to post some of my works. Bye. xxx