Clyde Mondilla, the long-hitter who’s having fun with the early levels of fatherhood and made golf take a again seat, might be coming into the ICTSI Caliraya Springs Championship this week higher ready and able to be a champion once more.
“Luisita was sort of a break-in again for me,” Mondilla instructed the Inquirer in Filipino over the telephone on Sunday afternoon, a couple of minutes after arriving in Cavinti, Laguna, to see the structure for the primary time. “I wasn’t in a position to apply then however fortunately shot a [seven-under-par] 65 within the closing spherical to contend.
“But this time I spent the last three weeks since that to practice and I feel good,” Mondilla, enjoying out of Del Monte in Bukidnon, went on. “I hope to be able to play well this week.”
Mondilla leads a lean 60-man discipline vying within the 72-hole, P2-million championship the place he looms because the participant to beat with Luisita champ Miguel Tabuena absent. He confessed to not with the ability to practice as onerous as he needs with the latest start of his first youngster.
The 54-hole women championship can even tee off on Tuesday with Chanelle Avaricio, who gained two weeks in the past at Hallow Ridge, capturing for a second straight title. INQ
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