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'Survival of the fittest'.

The Country Club gears up for three days of top-notch shotmaking from a world-class TCC Ladies Invitational field but it could also turn into a torture chamber for the competing cast for its length and wind factor that put stern options on precision and mental toughness.

"The wind had been unpredictable the past few days and we're expecting it to whip up during the TCC Ladies week," said TCC general manager Colo Ventosa, who also heads the organizing Pilipinas Golf Tournaments, Inc.

Meanwhile, for details and reservations for tickets to the TCC Ladies, contact Jocelyn Duque at 09157974751 or email

The event, featuring world No. 2 Sung Hyun Park of Korea, the leading campaigners on the LPGA of Taiwan (TLPGA) and the cream of the local pro crop, unwraps Wednesday (March 6) and there is no better course to hold the richest, biggest event on the seven-year Ladies Philippine Golf Tour than the Tom Weiskoph layout, which boasts of one of the toughest finishing holes in the region - the 365-yard dogleg No. 18 with a big pond on the right and menacing bunkers guarding the green.


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Date:Mar 4, 2019
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