Davao City – Close to 200 golfers are expected to troop to the fairways in today’s (October 26) Par for the Bar Open golf tournament at the South Pacific Golf and Leisure Estates.
Tournament director Att. Ronieto Bata of the University of Mindanao College of Law will head the traditional ceremonial rites along with other dignitaries at 10 a.m. following tee off times at 6 a.m. onwards.
A brand new Yamaha golf cart, a motorcycle along with a LED television, a 12-month free gasoline from Westoil and an airconditioner will be at stake as hole-in-one prizes on designated holes on par three fairways for golfers who scores a rare ace in the scheduled one-day golf tournament presented by the College of Legal Education (CLE) of the University of Mindanao in cooperation with the University of Mindanao Alumni Golf Association (UMAGA).
If not won, organizers said, the airconditioner and the LED television will be raffled off during the awarding rites to be held on that evening at the South Pacific Golf and Leisure Estates clubhouse.
Entries are to compete in the Class A, B and C categories using the Modified Stableford format mode of play.
Proceeds of the tournament will go to the University of Mindanao bar operations this November.
Backing the event are Diamond, Delsey Paris, DMI Medical Supply Co. Inc. Motortrade, Tagum Golf Club and Westoil. Also supporting the event as bronze sponsors are Magnificus Juris Reviews and Seminars Incorporated, Stratlink, Airpro, Davao Bamboo Sanctuary and Pioneer Insurance. Donors are Tanduay, Davies Paint, MBG Security and Investigation Services, UM Records and Admissions Center. Benefactors include tito Marcs Restaurant and Catering Services, Rex Bookstore, McMai Cebu Trading Corporation, The Boatman Outdoors, RS Abeto Surveying and Mapping Services, Nth Geographics and Geometrics and Lyn DC.
Major contributors are Com. Elbert Restauro NLRC, Vice Gov. Franklin Bautista, Eugenio Serado Jr., Stela Barnes, Mayor Armando Quibod, Acting Dir. PCol Mattheau P. Baccay PNP LS, Mayor Atty. Frances Cynthia Guiani-Sayadi and Vice Mayor Sebastian Duterte.
Also supporting are Engr. Art Escalante, Davies Paint, Alberto Jose N. Canoy – Macmai Cebu Inc., Lodel Marketing, Records and Admission Center, NTH Geographics and Geometrics, Gloria E. Detoya, Sandra Angeles. Usec. Francisco M. Villano Jr. UM Law 2000, Lt. Col. Atty. Louwe Padillo UM Law 2006, Hon Alan Dujali, Coun. Atty. Bail Hundra Cassandra D. Advincula UM Law 2016, Coun. Atty. J. Melchor Quitain Jr. UM Law Faculty, Coun. Atty. Flopone Royle Catalan UM Law 2017, Coun. Atty. Marvic Vonn B. Guillermo UM Law 2015, Judge Cresenciana Cruz UM Law 2003, Atty. Cheryl Limbing UM Faculty, Atty. Mardocheo Camporedondo UM Law 1980, Atty. Gil P. Garcia UM Law 1992, Atty. Palcido Garde Jr. UM Law 1999, Atty. Karen Santiago-Malaki UM Law 2002, Atty. Randy E. De Gala UM Law 2002, Atty Jennife D. Dumalag UM Law 2010, Atty. Beverly Caboteja UM Law 2012, Atty. Myla A. Luna UM Law 2012, Atty. Fairy Faith Rabago Agustin UM Law 2012, Atty. Fely Maiz Morata UM Law 2013, Atty. Roger T. Nocum UM Law 2013, Atty. Joy S. Lanzaderas UM Law 2013, Atty. Jonathan S. Alba UM Law 2013, Atty. Nathalie B. Quinones UM Law 2014, Atty. Jocel G. Pacquera UM Law 2014, Atty. Donna Mae H. Padua UM Law 2014, Atty. Zehan Loren E. Tocao UM Law 2015, Atty. Joanna Kaye Remolar Limjuco UM Law 2015, Atty. Darryl June Luigi P. Tape UM Law 2016, Atty. Siena Katrina K. Adolfo UM Law 2016, Atty. Rabmor Thomas T. Bartolome UM Law 2016, Atty. Aimee May Agbayani-Lazaga UM Law 2016, Atty. Ahmedsiddiquie B. Dalam UM Law 2016, Atty. Irishyll P. Villegas UM Law 2016, Atty. Leah Biangca S. Togonon UM Law 2016, Atty. Arsenio E. Caballero Jr. UM Law 2016, Atty. Christine I. Jala UM Law 2017, Atty. Ryanne Jane Karla C. Congreso UM Law 2017, Atty. Pete Payani B. Camporedondo UM Law 2017, Atty. Maryanne Ester H. Lobaton UM Law 2017, Atty. Jan David B. Dela Cruz UM Law 2018, Atty. Lee Ivy L Acevedo UM Law 2018, and Atty. Lilibeth D Gabutero UM Law 2018.
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