Lois Kaye Go, one of the best Filipino amateurs to honor her skills in the United States, has joined the Compact Field Chasing Honors at the ICTSI Hello Ridge Challenge that kicked off Wednesday in San Pedro, Laguna.
Her swan song with the upcoming Hanoi Southeast Asian Games (SEAG), her last amateur event in May, will be a small cast banner of amateurs playing against professionals at the 227-year-old Suma Cum Loud graduate P750 in South Carolina, the event where Princess defeated Super Tagged as player.
Supral will take second place behind another amateur of Ryane Malixi two weeks ago.
Vietnam’s SEAG will see a go-to shoot for a repeat of the Team Gold Medal for the Philippines, which helped them win the title in 2019 with Bianca Pagdanganan and Abby Arevalo.
This is the first time the women’s tour will stop at Hello Ridge, which has been renovated to international standards after changing its name from TAT Philippines.
Maliksi traveled to the United States to play in several high-profile junior events.
ুMusang R. Castillo INQ
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