2 long shots pace Anvaya golf

Philippine Daily Inquirer 3:01 AM | Thursday, May 14th, 2015

Zannie Boy Gialon and Nilo Salahog fired 3-under-par 69s yesterday to share a one-stroke lead over Jay Bayron after the opening round of the inaugural P3.5 million Anvaya Cove Invitational in Morong, Bataan.

Gialon, a native of Davao, gunned down five birdies against two bogeys, while Salahog came up with a four-birdie, one-bogey round for the finest start of his career.

Bayron, a multiple leg winner in this ICTSI Tour, also had five birdies but stumbled with a double bogey 6 on No. 17 and two bogeys to trail by one.

Miguel Tabuena and Antonio Lascuña carded 71s like three others.

Toru Nakajima of Japan, the first foreigner to win on Tour, Korean Park Jun-heok and former Philippine Open champion and now senior campaigner Robert Pactolerin also broke par.

Angelo Que, one of the favorites here, took a triple bogey 8 on the par-5 15th and signed for a 74 like Frankie Miñoza. Musong R. Castillo

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