It was a daylong affair of friendly competition, camaraderie and strengthening relationships as executives of some of the biggest companies in the country gathered together to play at the 3rd Solane LPG Golf Tournament held at the Ayala Alabang Country Club.
Organized by the Isla LPG Corporation (ILC), the leading LPG solutions company behind the brand Solane, the exclusive sporting tournament is an annual event showcasing the company’s customer appreciation and commitment to nurture camaraderie and long-term relationships.
“The Solane golf tournament is not only a way for us to take a break from our busy schedules but also an avenue for us to strengthen connections with our customers through a friendly sports competition,” said Isla LPG Corp. (ILC) CEO Ruben Domingo.
Leading the pack were the management team of Isla Petroleum and Gas Corporation Group of Committees, including Chairman of the Executive Committee Ricky Delgado Jr., CEO of Isla Petroleum and Gas Corp. (IPG) Shoichi Watanabe, and ILC General Manager for Sales Tonito Gonzalez.
Ricky Sta. Ana took home the championship title for the customer division while Ricky Delgado retained the highest top scorer award for the staff division. Other top scorers were Tomas Rocamora in third place, Leo Obias in second place, and Ronaldo Nava in first place. Special awards were also given to Augusto Gabriel for the Longest Drive, and Ed Collantes for Most Accurate Drive.
Amazing prizes were raffled off during the event. Major prizes included a De’Longhi Espresso Machine, Apple iPad PRO, 11-inch Macbook Air, Apple TV, Transcend Dash Cameras, Taylormade Staff Bag, Bose Sound Link Speakers, Golf Buddy LRS, Golf Buddy Voice and more.
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