Golf

Golf

by Marlon Bernardino
International Amateur golfer John Lester " The Rocket" Lagman received recognition award because of his excellent in academics and sports in the field of golf from Bataan governor Albert Raymond "Abet" Garcia and Provincial Board recently at the provincial capitol in Balanga City, Bataan.
John Lester is scholar at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California, USA who hails from Bataan.

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by Marlon Bernardino
International Amateur golfer John Lester " The Rocket" Lagman received recognition award because of his excellent in academics and sports in the field of golf from Bataan governor Albert Raymond "Abet" Garcia and Provincial Board recently at the provincial capitol in Balanga City, Bataan.

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Los Angeles—One week out from his PGA Championship title defense at Bethpage Black, Brooks Koepka is tuning up his game at the US PGA Tour’s Byron Nelson in Dallas, Texas.

Koepka is making his fifth career start in the tournament, but his first since it moved to the course located in the southern outskirts of Dallas last year. 

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The identity of the U.S. Open is that it’s a beautiful mess. If you’re not playing in it or trying to host it, it’s fun to revel in all the wailing, tension, and occasional incompetence. The last five years, however, have featured a mix of bad luck, poor timing, and outright mismanagement that has left many loud voices among the players completely fed up with the national championship, even to the point of a serious discussion of a boycott.

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Washington, United States—Tiger Woods, who made a stunning comeback from injury to win the Masters last month, is to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Donald Trump on Monday (Tuesday Manila time). 

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said Trump will bestow the award, the nation’s highest civilian honor, on the golfing great in the White House Rose Garden. 

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Taichung, Taiwan—Local ace Sung Mao-Chang took charge with a six-under 66, going 2-up over erstwhile co-leader Tseng Tsu-Hao while Jay Bayron kept his hopes for a spot in the weekend play despite a 73 in the Daan TPGA Open at the Ching Chuan Kang Golf Club here yesterday.

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