Registration still on for 30th GET Open

REGISTRATION is still ongoing for the 30th Guillermo E. Torres (GET) Open golf tournament which tees off this June 10 at the Apo Golf and Country Club.

It is pegged at P2,000 per entry inclusive of a mulligan. Payments are made available at the Apo Golf and Country Club and at the University of Mindanao Broadcasting Network (UMBN) office.

“We are expecting some 200 entries,” said 30th GET Open coordinator Fritz Tan who added that proceeds of the tournament will go to the scholars of the Mount Apo Science Foundation Incorporated.

The tournament dubbed as the city’s longest running golf spectacle to date is open to all male and female golfers who are 21 years-old and older joining the Class A, B C and Ladies divisions.

A brand new Mitsubishi Mirage G4 sedan and one million pesos cash will be at stake as the hole-in-one prizes on par 3 holes. The competition follows the 18-hole modified scoring system format.

Backing event as Grand Partners are Allied Bankers Insurance Corporation, Malayan Insurance Company, Mitsubishi Kar Asia, Motortrade, the Philippine Sports Commission, the Royal Mandaya Hotel and University of Mindanao.

Major Partners saw Ace Specs-the Airconditioning  Specialist, Apo Golf and Country Club, Azuela Cove, Koppel, Metroguard and Protective Agency of the Philippines, Paramount Life and General Insurance Corporation, Liveraide, Skycable, Stronghold Insurance Company Incorporated and UM Broadcasting Network. Minor Partners are Boysen Paints, Davao Deltan Resources Incorporated, Davies Paints, Monark-Caterpillar, Tanduay, The Boatman Outdoors, Tower Inn Davao and Vitalab Redmark Corporation.

General Partners include Charter Ping An Insurance, J. Bullecer Marketing, Jinyl and Standard Measuring Instrument and Calibration Services. Media Partners - the Mindanao Times, Radyo Ukay 819 khs, Wild 92.3 WT and Retro 95.5. - jon develos

Dasia Security Vice President Gerome Escandor shakes hands with 30th GET Open coordinator Fritz Tan after their signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) as Grand Partner of the city’s longest running golf tournament to date. Also in photo are co-coordinators Roy Geonzon and Jingo Camomot. The competition tees off on June 10 at the Apo Golf and Country Club. BING GONZALES

Dasia Security Vice President Gerome Escandor shakes hands with 30th GET Open coordinator Fritz Tan after their signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) as Grand Partner of the city’s longest running golf tournament to date. Also in photo are co-coordinators Roy Geonzon and Jingo Camomot. The competition tees off on June 10 at the Apo Golf and Country Club. BING GONZALES

 

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