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BACOLOD – Never letting up until the very end, Manila Southwoods yesterday ran away with the Regular Men’s title in the PAL Interclub and established a new record by becoming the first team to ever win this event four straight years.

Comfortably ahead going into the final day at Marapara here with a 20-point lead, the Carmona-based squad didn’t leave any room for anyone to stage a comeback and amassed a closing 146 for a 72-hole 551 tally.

Southwoods prevailed by an astounding 41 points over Luisita, which nipped Canlubang by eight. The margin of victory is one of the biggest and downplayed Southwoods’ dominance of the field.

Day 4 Men’s 11 March 18
Championship : Manila Southwoods 551, Luisita 510, Canlubang 502, Del Monte 469

Founders : Forest Hills 460, Villamor Airbase 454, Wack Wack 450, Cebu 448, The Orchard 440, Tagaytay Highlands 433, Riviera 425, Valley Golf CC 422, Southern California Redhawks 381, Pueblo de Oro 381, akabang 374, Manila 355, Camp Aguinaldo 333, Summit Point 317, Pinoy Vancouver 169

SOUTHWOODS PULLS AWAY. Kristoffer Arevalo contributed 38 points to pad Manila Southwoods’ lead over Luisita by 23 points on the 2nd day of scorching hostilities of the PAL Interclub at Bacolod.

The   PAL   Men’s   Regular   Interclub officially opened with the traditional ceremonial tee off at Negros Occidental Golf & Country Club (Marapara) followed by a unityjump by, from left, Genaro ‘Bong’ Velasquez, Interclub chairman; Bacolod City Mayor Evelio ‘Bing’ Leonardia; Jose Maria Limjap, President - Negros Occidental Golf & Country Club; and Andy Montelibano, President - Bacolod Golf & Country Club.

BACOLOD CITY – Cebu Country Club, Alta Vista, Rancho Palos Verdes and South Bay of Los Angeles topped their respective divisions at the close of the 32nd Philippine Airlines Senior Interclub golf team championships Sunday.

Roichi Horit and Nonoy Tirol each had 47 points and Kim Kwang Seok added 42 at Binitin as CCC captured the Founders division with 542 points.