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Gan, Barro win in 30th Bill Shaw Golf Classic

Oliver Gan and Paqo Barro pulled off a thrilling victory in the 30th Bill Shaw Golf Classic, scoring a low gross 152 at the East and 145 at the West for a two-day aggregate 297 for the low gross title to beat the pair of Marvin Caparros and King Stehmeier by five at the Wack Wack Golf and Country Club.

Up by only three after a Caparros birdie on No. 15, Barro and Gan birdied on the next hole, with the former on a pitch in from 20 yards and the latter on a long, down hill putt from 20 feet to increase their lead to four.

Sharing the premiere podium finish were Ronnie Emata and Robert Figueroa, who were awarded the overall net crown after amassing a combined 128 points. Wilbert Tan and Antonio Arce topped Group I with 128 points, three clear from the 125 of Lance Chan and Jerwin Lim. 

Manuel Ong Jr. and Eddie Tan Jr. (Group II), Karl Tan and Dexter Lee (Group III), Robert Go and Gene Sison (Seniors) and Mikaela and Monique Arroyo (Sponsors) were the other winners in the event presented by CATS Motors, Shell, Yakult and Delta supported by San Miguel, D&L Laurin, and Emirates. Jummy Panganiban made a hole in one and won a Mercedes Benz car.

VMJ, SMDC, Stradcom, DDT Konstract, Boysie Soriano Jr., Mikey Arroyo, Edwin Gardiola, GP Padiernos, Meralco, PGT Inc., Hydranation Nation, GSN+P Architecture, Transcycle/Unistar, MC88, Shang Wack Wack Properties, Steel Asia, Oxford Distributions, Katinko, Transview/JLindeberg, J-Ten, Mizuno Master Sports, Movenpick Boracay, Unioil, GG&A Clubshares, Peerless Products Manufacturing Corp., PAL, Northern Island and Bizu Patisserie were sponsors.

Topics: Oliver Gan , Paqo Barro , 30th Bill Shaw Golf Classic , Marvin Caparros , King Stehmeier
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