Villaroman, Agojo Likely Contenders for Golf Plum; RP Ladies Open Championship

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Villaroman, Agojo Likely Contenders for Golf Plum; RP Ladies Open Championship


CARMELETTE VILLAROMAN is back as the top seed a decade after winning the title as she leads an 88-player field in the Philippine Ladies Open golf championship starting today at the Manila Golf Club.

Villaroman, a former world jungolf champion slowly returning to peak form since she left the game for nearly two years due to motherhood, will be up against a depleted roster that is without back-to-back champion Heidi Chua who is now a professional.

After several stints with the national team and a transfer to the Manila Southwoods as her home course, Villaroman is deemed ready to reclaim the countrys most prestigious competition for ladies.

Not much is known about the 21 foreign entries from six countries and most of those who can spoil the bid of Villaroman in the 54-hole tourney organized by the Womens Golf Association of the Philippines should still be the local bets.

Among the veterans, Lora Roberto, Lina de Guzman and Lucy Landicho are touted as the main threats for Villaroman. Several junior aces led by Jayvie Agojo, Remijin Camping, Katrina Gonzales and Geleen Handog are also out to launch their own serious bids for the crown.

Yesterdays opening rites was highlighted by the hitting of ceremonial balls by the events five-time winner and now LPGA campaigner Jenny Rosales, National Golf Association of the Philippines president Rod Feliciano, WGAP president Gina Tuason and Chito Recto of the host club. …

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