De Guzman leads LAA golf winners

Mar de Guzman emerged with overall lowest gross score of 72 to lead the other winners in the recent Letran Alumni Association golf tournament held at Forest Hills in Antipolo that attracted close to 70 participants and guest, 

De Guzman leads LAA golf winners
George Cabarrus topped the Class A Division at the recent Letran Alumni Association Arriba Cup Golf tournament held at the Forest Hills recently. Photo shows Cabarrus  getting his prize from LAA Board Director Winston Chan, assisted by a Tanduay promo representative. 
“We are happy  with the turnout of entries  as this shows the strong support of our alumni for our programs aimed at raising funds  to support our future  athletes or to help those graduates who have fallen into hard times,” said Alex Wang, Chairman of the LAA Sports Committee, which in the past  has been holding basketball tournaments and  clinics as part of the group’s developmental programs.

Other winners in the golf tournament that had LAA President Ali Cruz as Tournament Director were George Cabarrus in Class A, with Bobot Marquez and Allan Rubrica as runners-up; Class B champion Wayne Tee Ten, with Buds Nero and Leslie Agoncillo taking 2nd and 3rd places, respectively; and Group C ruled by former basketball player Alvin Magpantay, followed by Molet Abogado and Marian Herrera.

“The LAA will continue doing its role as a partner of the school. We have lined up more activities  for our alumni this year,” added Cruz.

Topics: Mar de Guzman , Letran Alumni Association , Ali Cruz , George Cabarrus , Alex Wang

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