LUISITA Golf holds a two-point lead over Manila Southwoods as action shifts to the Baguio Country Club on Wednesday in the 69th Fil-Am Invitational Golf Tournament.
Eddie Bagtas shot a two over 71 for 34 points on Monday as Luisita assembled a second day 124 for 249.
After two days at the Camp John Hay course, the top squads take a break on Tuesday before returning to action at the par 61 BCC.
Jingy Tuazon made up for his non-count on the first day as he scored 31, Raffy Garcia added 30 and Rodel Mangalubnan came up with 29.
Manila Southwoods had a mammoth game from former pro Raul Minoza, who submitted the first sub-par performance, a one under 68 for 37 points as the team pooled a 127 for a 247 total.
Theody Pascual was at one over 70 for 35 points, while Sang Jun Sin had a 30 and Judd Roy had 25 to count for Southwoods.
Bong Sison came in with a bum stomach and limped home with an 18 and did not count, even as Tommy Manotoc took a breather for the BCC showdown.
“The other teams really played well, but we are still happy to have the lead despite our not so good performance,” said Garcia.
“We are still good and very happy that we still held on to the lead,” he added.
Megafiber equalled Southwoods production of 127 with Jose Mari Hechanova making an even par for 36 points.
Abe Rosal scored 32, Rolly Viray accounted for 30 points and Dave Hernandez chipped in 29 as Megafiber got to 239.
In Am play at BCC, Danilo Cruz scored 30, Edmund Yee had a 27, while Benjie Sumulong and Chito Laureta added 25s as Luisita came in with 107 for a two-day total of 215.
CJH is 13 off pace after submitting an 89, with Fred Puckett scoring 26.
Goody Ignacio, Monet Garcia and Villamor Bumanglag had 21s.
Summit Point Golf and Country Club had 28 from Abraham Avena for 96 and a 194 total.
Rey Talatala had a 28 points to lead Apo Gilf and Country Club to 95 for a two day aggregate of 188 and a 17 point lead in Senior's Fil B.