CANLUBANG , Philippines Angelo Que lost the tournament right on the second hole yesterday and Miguel Tabuena couldnt sustain his title run in the second Solaire Open here. In the end, it was a 23-year-old Canadian named Richard Lee who hoisted the ... ABS-CBN News, 1 month ago
Que outsteadies Tabuena, claims 1-shot lead - Philippines Daily Tribune, 1 month ago
Que, Tabuena grab lead; Solaire Open pacesetters 1 up on field - Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago
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Share this: Angelo Que holed out from the 18th hole smiling, like a conquering hero. He greeted his wife Tracy, heavy with their second child, with a hug and then all the others familiar to him with a handshake or a laugh. There was nothing ...Manila Bulletin, 1 day ago
CANLUBANG Angelo Que cashed in on a shift in tee-time and put on a dazzling, bogey-free six-under 65 while young Miguel Tabuena proved his worth and fired a 68 in windy afternoon as they took charge halfway though $300,000 Solaire Open at The ...Manila Standard Today, 1 month ago Tabuena, Que take over as Solaire Open leaders Philippines Daily Tribune, 1 month ago Steady Tabuena ties charging Que at helm Manila Times, 1 month ago
Details Category: Sports 14 Mar 2014 Written by Jonathan Perez CANLUBANG, Laguna—Angelo Que responded to his coach's challenge while Miguel Tabuena missed a chance at grabbing the solo lead in a tense and dramatic second round on ...Business Mirror, 1 month ago Wide-open race for TCC crown Business Mirror, 1 month ago
Angelo Que hopes to ride on a four-year cycle in breaking a title spell on the Asian Tour as he takes aim for a fourth championship in $300,000 Solaire Open firing off March 13 at The Country Club in Laguna. Que scored a breakthrough win in the ...Yahoo Philippines News, 1 month ago Que joins Solaire golf open Manila Standard Today, 1 month ago Que seeks end to Asian Tour dry spell at Solaire Open Manila Times, 1 month ago
By Musong R. Castillo Philippine Daily Inquirer MANILA, PhilippinesIf there's one man who knows how to best play windswept The Country Club—and win there with regularity—it can only be Angelo Que. The jolly 35-year-old looms as the best ...Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago
Canlubang (Manila): It was a nightmarish third round for SSP Chowrasia, who was unable to do anything right in blustery conditions and was blown off the course with a six-over 77 to slip from third to 23rd after the third round of the Solaire Open ...ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago SSP cards 77, slides to 23rd Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
LAGUNA. Sam Brazel of Australia and unfancied Filipino James Ryan Lam carded a pair of five-under-66s to emerge as the surprise joint first-round leaders in the $300,000 Solaire Open at The Country Club which yielded 38 under-par scores despite ...Malaya Business Insight, 1 month ago Lam ties Australian at helm with 66 Manila Times, 1 month ago Aussie, Lam take charge, lead by 1 in Solaire Open ABS-CBN News, 1 month ago
Share this: Playing in front of the hometown crowd is an added pressure to any athlete, but top Filipino golfers Frankie Miñoza, Angelo Que and Miguel Tabuena are ready to face that challenge in the $300,000 Solaire Open starting today at The ...Manila Bulletin, 1 month ago
KUALA LUMPUR - Antonio Lascuna posted a two-under-par 70 and was among nine others at joint 18th place, five back from clubhouse leader Lee Westwood of England after the rain-delayed first round of the $2.75M Maybank Malaysian Open. A total of 42 ...GMA News.tv, 1 day ago Lascuña boosts lead to 3 with 70 Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 week ago
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