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Phoenix Petroleum to host 3 WAGC Philippines qualifying tournaments

Leading independent and fastest-growing oil company Phoenix Petroleum is holding three golf tournaments this year—all of which have been included as official World Amateur Golfers Championship (WAGC) qualifiers.

The 10th Phoenix Open Golf Tournament to be held on March 17, 2018 at Rancho Palos Verdes Golf and Country Club, Davao City is the first of the three Phoenix golf events that are part of WAGC’s qualifying tournament for 2018.

Registered players who want to participate in the WAGC shall pay Php 500 on top of the tournament entry fee of Php 7,500.

World Amateur Golfers Championship is the only golf competition that gives amateur golfers the unique opportunity to compete with hundreds of other players across the country of the same handicap level, and the chance to represent their country in an international level, much like professional players. It is offered in five different handicap divisions: 0-5, 6-10, 11-15, 16-20, and 21-25.

This year, WAGC Philippines will stage 20 qualifying tournaments starting March. The winners in the 5 divisions will advance to the National Finals in September and will get the chance to represent the Philippines and compete against participants of 45 other countries in the World Finals slated in October in Johor, Malaysia.

Phoenix Petroleum’s Invitational Golf on May 11, 2018 at the Manila Golf and Country Club, and the Phoenix Golf Open on June 22, 2018 at the Cebu Country Club are the company’s other two WAGC qualifier events.

The upcoming 10th Phoenix Open Golf Tournament—powered by Phoenix PULSE Technology—is held in celebration of the 81st Araw ng Dabaw, the foundation anniversary of Phoenix Petroleum’s hometown.

It is presented by Phoenix Petroleum, Luzviminda Engineering, Marra Builders Inc., and Pioneer Insurance, and co-presented by F.F. Cruz & Co., Inc., Mechatrends Contractors Corp., Tata Motors, and Vitol Asia Pte Ltd.

Cooperators are Mercedes-Benz and Banco De Oro. Major sponsors are Brenton Engineered Products Corp., Charles Monat, Credit Suisse, Oriental Vehicle Corp., The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Trans-Overseas Industrial Corp., and Visayan Surety & Insurance Corp.

Gold sponsors are Banana Telecommunications, Inc., EEI Construction and Marine, Inc., Ferrotech Steel, FSC Metal Corp., Global Gateway Development Corp (Clark Global City), Maybank ATR Kim Eng, Measurement & Controls Technology, Inc., NOVALCO, Phil Asia Logistics Inc., Seadove Maritime Services, Inc., Schultz Rackow Gasteknik (ROTAREX), The Fourth Dimension, Inc., and Trans-Asia Shipping Lines.

Silver sponsors are Bank J. Safra Sarasin Ltd, Singapore Branch, Filipinas Aviation Services, Inc., International Engineers (Phil.), Inc., Kewlsolutions Limited Co., Monark Equipment Corp., MT Holly Coco Industrial Inc., PetroLogistics Corp., Pirelli, and Worthrand Petropower Corp. Bronze sponsors are A. Medrano Construction Inc., AMN Marketing and Services, Asia United Bank, Bank of Commerce, Chelsea Logistics Corp., China Banking Corp., CTBC Bank (Philippines) Corp., Development Bank of the Philippines, FastTrack Solutions, Inc., F2 Logistics, Land Bank of the Philippines, Lomar Supply Co. Inc., Maybank, Mithras Security Agency, Multinational Investment Bancorporation, PentaCapital Investment Corp., Philippine Business Bank, Philippine Veterans Bank, Phoenix LPG Philippines, Inc., Rizal Commercial Banking Corp., Simpson’s Philippines, Inc., UDENNA Corp., Union Bank of the Philippines, United Overseas Bank, Webb Fontaine Asia, Inc., and ZAF Builders.

The 10th Phoenix Open is a fundraising event of Phoenix Petroleum for the benefit of the Phoenix Philippines Foundation and its projects on education, environment, health and safety, outreach, and other future initiatives.

For more information, please contact the tournament organizer, Ms. Liloh Evangelista, at 0917-362-0880 or e-mail phoenix.opengolf@phoenixfuels.ph.

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