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Lewton battles rain, rivals

Lewton battles rain, rivals

Power-hitting Steve Lewton moved to the threshold of a breakthrough win here, thwarting a slew of rivals with an eagle-spiked 71 to cling to a two-stroke lead in the rain-hit third round of the rich Solaire Philippine Open yesterday.

3 share clubhouse lead

Miguel Tabuena carded a two-under par 70 and took the clubhouse lead along with two other players at the start of the Solaire Philippine Open yesterday at The Country Club (TCC).

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Tony’s last hurrah?

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The reigning Philippine Golf Tour Order of Merit champion admits he won’t be among the early list of favorites in the coming $400,000 event at The Country Club, saying the honor belongs to the power-hitters, not only from among the local players but also from the men of the Asian Tour and Asian Development Tour.

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Different strokes

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Angelo Que hopes to ride the momentum of his runaway triumph at Anvaya last week although he would be heading to next week’s $400,000 Solaire Philippine Open with a different approach given the makeup of The Country Club layout, refurbished to world-class standard.

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$400,000 for PH Open

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$400,000 for PH Open

The 2017 Solaire Philippine Open, in cooperation with Meralco and PLDT, has increased its prize fund to $400,000 with the two firms coming in as the new backers of Asia’s oldest National Open, which reels off March 2 at The Country Club in Laguna.

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An elite international field, including some of the Asian Tour and Asian Development Tour’s leading players and the country’s top shotmakers, will vie for supremacy in the rich Solaire Philippine Open in March where the new-look The Country Club course will once again pose a daunting challenge.

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