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Geleen Handog's Blog

  • Let’s start the year with a bang. Join us as we begin another action-packed season of A Round of Golf! I can’t wait to start shooting the episodes lined-up for this season. Aside from golf course features and special episodes, we will be touring the country as we bring you the much awaited 2012 Philippine Golf Tour!
     

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    It has been more than a year since I left the show and now I'm back for a new season with more golf tips and experience to offer the viewers. Since joining ICTSI, I've traveled around Asia to compete against the best of the best, and luckily I was able to win 3rd for Individual Play and Champion in Team Event in one tournament in Malaysia. Gaining all these experiences and acquiring new golf mentatlity, I hope all the viewers will be able to learn a little from me.
     

  • We are back!!! After the success of Season 4, we are continuing our golf adventure and moving forward with Season 5 to showcase the beautiful golf courses of the South. We are opening the season with the Luisita golf course located in Tarlac, its actually one of two courses designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. here in Asia, so the design is very tricky and one of a kind . If I remember right the grass is carabao so it makes the playing conditions harder.

  • I look forward to playing in the DHL Amateur Championship this February 10-12. Hopefully, I will play my best during the three day tournament. My stamina has always been the question in my game but lately I have been attending boot camp to strengthen my core muscles and my cardio. That’s the price to pay for not walking when you play! Hahaha. But slowly I am getting my old self back, I need to be back in shape because federation season is nearing and I don’t think I can take any more losses.

  • I played really well Wednesday, and it felt like dejavu because I was tied for the lead with Reg yet again. During that time, Boracay memories flashbacked when I played well for the Alabang team in the LuzViMin tournament. Thursday morning, I wasn’t feeling well, my legs were hurting since I am no longer used to walking for a full round because whenever me and my “lolas” would play we would always ride the cart. Right from the start, my putting was horrible. I was missing putts from everywhere.