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CAMACHO, TYDINGCO TAKE TOP HONORS AT GCC PAR EXCELLENCE

PRESS RELEASE – Reggie Camacho and George Tydingco, regular golfers at the annual GCC Foundation Par Excellence Golf Tournament, took home the top prize at this year’s tournament on Saturday, Sept. 30 at the scenic Leopalace Resort. Camacho and Tydingco netted a score of 69.2, edging out second place finishers Dan Tydingco and Peter Montinola, who scored 69.4. Rounding out the top three teams were the duo of Phil Santos and Benson Au-Yeung, who brought in a net score of 69.8. The tournament’s low gross prize went to Vic Borja and Daryl Poe, who finished their day on the links with a gross total of 64.

This year’s tournament also celebrated the 40th anniversary of Guam Community College. The annual two-man best ball event benefits the GCC Foundation, which provides $1,000 scholarships each to 10 students attending Guam Community College.

Greg Manglona, tournament director, thanked the players, volunteers, and sponsors for a very successful event. “It was a beautiful day for golf, and a beautiful way to raise scholarship money for our students.”

 

Golfers George Tydingco and Reggie Camacho celebrate their win at the GCC Foundation Par Excellence Golf Tournament with Dr. Mary Okada, GCC president, and Greg Manglona, Par Excellence tournament director, on September 30 at LeoPalace Resort.

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