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Lubao, Pampanga—Thai Pimpadsorn Sangkagaro closed out with three straight birdies to shoot a five-under 67 and force a three-way tie for the lead with Yupaporn Kawinpakorn and erstwhile solo leader Ornicha Konsunthea as the Thais poised to dominate the ICTSI Pradera Verde Ladies Classic here yesterday.

A STELLAR field made up of the country’s top players and a host of Thai aces brace for a fierce showdown in the ICTSI Pradera Verde Ladies Classic which reels off Tuesday at the Pradera Golf and Country Club in Lubao, Pampanga.

Former President Fidel V. Ramos will lead the ceremonial tee off of the 4th Plaridel Golf Cup Tournament slated on Friday, November 9, 2018 at the Villamor Air Base Golf Club.

Tee off time starts at 7:00 a.m.

LOS ANGELES: Bryson DeChambeau, seeking his fourth US PGA title of the year, fired a bogey-free six-under par 65 Saturday (Sunday in Manila) to share the lead after three rounds of the Shriners for Children Open.

DeChambeau, returning to competition a month after playing for the losing US squad at the Ryder Cup in France, matched fellow American Peter Uihlein atop the leaderboard on 16-under 197 through 54 holes at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Lipa City, Batangas—Dino Villanueva went on a birdie-spree at the back early and sustained his charge all the way to the finish, producing a six-under 66 and gaining solo control by four with half of the field still to complete play halfway through the Summit Point World 18 Challenge here yesterday.

Lipa City, Batangas-Dino Villanueva bucked harsh conditions in late afternoon play and carded a 67, forcing a three-way tie for the lead with Thai Sutijet Kooratanapisan and Erwin Arcillas in windy opener of the Summit Point World 18 Challenge here yesterday.

Koreans Micah Shin and Kim Joo Hyung rejoin the Philippine Golf Tour Asia in Batangas, firming up the already formidable field slugging it out in the $100,000 Summit Point World 18 Challenge beginning tomorrow (Wednesday) at Summit Point Golf Club in Lipa.

Tarlac—Clyde Mondilla checked a season-long slump with a big victory in the final leg of this year’s Philippine Golf Tour, outdueling Peter Stojanovski and Jay Bayron in a thrilling clash of nerves in the stretch to nail the hotly disputed ICTSI Luisita Invitational crown with a closing 67 here yesterday.

Tarlca—Ailing Clyde Mondilla outslugged Peter Stojanovski in a virtual shootout of aces out to end a long slump on the Philippine Golf Tour, ramming in eight birdies for a bogey-free eight-64 and a one-stroke lead over the Macedonian and Jay Bayron at the start of the rich ICTSI Luisita Invitational here yesterday.

Forest Hills snatched the WGAP Circuit crown in style, pulling off a rare sweep of all three divisions at home to rally from fifth to the top of the heap at the close of the eight-stage event at the Nicklaus and Palmer courses in Antipolo recently. 

Buenos Aires—Yuka Saso hobbled with a four-over-par 74 on Wednesday but still remained in the hunt for a podium finish in women’s golf, while swimmer Nicole Oliva reached the finals in the 200m freestyle at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games here.

The 17-year-old Filipino- Japanese compiled 145 over two days, five strokes off leaders Alessia Nobilio of Italy and Kim Grace of Australia after she bogeyed four straight holes to take the turn at three-over. 

Taiwan—Princess Superal and Cyna Rodriguez groped for putting form and missed a Top 10 finish in the Party Golfers Ladies Open ruled by 14-year-old Chia Yen Wu at the National Golf Country Club in Miaoli County here yesterday.