The article here on the Ideal site has details of the José López Memorial golf competition that took place last Saturday. We done to José Rogelio Ortega (Mr Roger's son) who won the low handicap category with 41 points.
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Almerimar and Bahía San Miguel honor the memory of José López another year
The ejidense course has two major events this coming bridge weekend with Virgin August and Le Club Golf Challenge
The tour of Almerimar Golf Resort was the scene last Saturday of one of the most important every year for the San Miguel Bay Club tournaments, because it is paying homage to the memory of it was its first president, Jose Lopez.
Over seventy players took the exit hole Almerimar all in this eighth edition that had the bench numerous sponsors.
Among the side events that were held, it was quite a challenge to one of the professionals in the field, Victor Galindo, participants who played the par-3 6th hole 'scratch' and six of them were able to fulfill the prize objective.
With regard to the results and starting with the first category, the cadet José Rogelio López Ortega once again showed his tremendous progress and good form which is reaping a victory that is also in its third consecutive this tournament. The 41 points that won first place gave him two ahead of Salvador Ruiz Peralta. Third place went to Marco López Sánchez, also -3 but higher handicap.
In the second of the three categories only Rubén González Ruiz played below par, achieving 37 points. Esteban Fuentes Fuentes took second place with 36 points and Francisco Javier Fernández Irasuegui was third with 35, same score as that achieved by the renowned Uli Stielike.
And third category pride of place went to Jose Quinta Cañero with -3, leading to Jesus Acién Criado, who scored 38 points, and Ismael García Martínez, who was at 32.
This coming weekend there are double quotes in Almerimar. On Friday, the tournament will take place on August Virgin, one of the classics each summer at ejidense tour, to be played at 'medal' mode with a single category and over 25 prizes up for grabs.
On Sunday the 17th will be held one of the tournaments of the national circuit Le Club Golf Challenge, which runs good number of branches of the national geography. It is played in 'stableford' single with two categories 50 percent of enrollees and the top two teams get more score by summing the gross and net points will qualify for the national finals in Los Angeles de San Rafael.