The La Altagracia Golf Association (Agla), won the Banreservas Cup, with a score of 81 for its second crown in the event. He did it in 2019 and
The La Altagracia Golf Association (Agla), won the Banreservas Cup, with a score of 81 for its second crown in the event. He did it in 2019 and this year he had as a prize, in addition to the champion’s cup, the sum of RD $ 100,000, donated by the Reserve Bank.
The event was held at the Playa Dorada Golf Course, in Puerto Plata, and the nine associations of the Dominican Golf Federation (Fedogolf) took part, and a total of 108 players.
The second place went to the Santiago Golf Association (Sagolf), with a score of 72, he won the event in 2020. He took home 50 thousand pesos.
Individually, Juan Marcos Yunén won first place in category A, with a score of 73, he belongs to Agopro; from Agla, Enrique Rodríguez won the AA, with 80; in B, Raúl Contreras dominated, with 74, also from Agla; while Domingo Batista, from Sagolf, took first place in C, with 78.
In the Senior A category, Raymon Tavarez, from the PPGA, won with a card of 75; Jaime Liriano, from Sagolf, took first place in Senior B, after delivering a 78 card
In the Senior A category, Raymon Tavarez, from the PPGA, won with a card of 75; Jaime Liriano, from Sagolf, took first place in Senior B, after delivering a score of 78.
Among the ladies, Camila Yoo, from Sagolf, dominated category A, with a score of 78, while category B was conquered by Karen Cuevas, from the SPGA, who totaled 79.
Ceremony and kick-off
The event began with the parade of the teams from Santo Domingo, Monsignor Nouel, San Pedro de Macorís, La Romana, La Altagracia, La Vega, the National District and Puerto Plata.
The notes of the Dominican National Anthem were intoned and then the president of Fedogolf, Carlos Elmúdesi was in charge of the central speech, where he thanked the Reserve Bank for being the main support of the fair, “because here healthy competition is promoted by golfers to promote the development of this sport at the national level ”.
Roque Del Giudice, director of electronic business at Banco de Reservas, expressed joy because the institution was dedicated to such an “important event.”
For his part, Rafael Villalona, past president of the institution and member of the executive of the Dominican Olympic Committee, made the sports exhortation, at the time of praising the organization of the event.
Then Elmúdesi and Villalona presented the recognition plaque, received by Del Giudice, who later made the honor roll.
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