Carl Jano and Taglao Champion
Ciputra and Carl Jano B Corpus
9, 2017 -
Carl Jano B. Corpus from Philippines won the Boys individual overalls
(divisions A and B) in the final of the Ciputra World Junior Golf
Championship 2017 at Damai Indah Golf - PIK Course, Jakarta, Friday
From day one, Carl always leads in division A. Carl leads with 292
strokes or 4 above par in four days of matches. He scored 74 strokes or
2 above par in the final day game.
The Girls’ individual overall champions (divisions A and B) were taken
by Thailand golfer Taglao Jeeravivitaporn and won the Ciputra Cup. She
scored a total of 214 strokes or 2 under par in three days of matches.
On the last day she scored 69 strokes or 3 under par.
Carl and Taglao both admit that the PIK Course is not an easy course to
"The key to my success today is being able to do a good putting. Green
is difficult and the wind is quite strong. Thank God I can become a
champion. This is a big win for me. Next year I want to play again in
this tournament to defend the title, "said Carl Jano. This is the second
time he joined the World Golf Junior Championship in Indonesia. Three
years ago, at Damai Indah Golf - BSD Course he became third prize in
Boys – C Division.
The difficulty of the course is the evident that not many players can
play under. Sara Ota, a Japanese player who entered the Girls A
Division, scored 66 strokes or 6 under par on the last day. Sara Ota
becomes champion in the Girls A Division by collecting 216 strokes or
par. The position for 1st runner up is taken by Kan Bunnabodee from
Thailand with the difference of one stroke.
Indonesian golfer Patricia Sinolungan, who took the lead on the second
day become 2nd runner up with 220 strokes or 4 above par.
"My game today is actually quite good, but the accident in hole 15 makes
it double, then hit boogey. My putting not so good, so many miss,
The Indonesian golfer, Jonathan Wiyono, became the 1st runner up of the
Boys - A Division. This 2016 PON champion collects 298 strokes or 10
above par. He admitted that he less satisfied with his performance. "The
green is slippery. It was not so slippery during practice, but different
during tournament. Green is very tricky. My performance is not good,
"said the golfer from Surabaya.
Jonathan lost 5 strokes from the Boys - A division champion, Taiga
Philippine I team represented by Carl Jano B. Corpus and Jolo Timothy L.
Magcalayo won Boys’ team and won the Jakarta Governor's Cup. Both
players collected 599 strokes. The second position is taken by
Indonesian team represented by Jonathan Wiyono and Jose Emmanuel
Suryadinata with 614 strokes. Followed by Indonesia III team, Dominikus
Glenn Yuwono and Kentaro Nanayama with 615 strokes.
The Girls’ team was won by Thailand II, represented by Kan Bunnabodee
and Unyamanee Wongaroon with 434 strokes. The second and third positions
are taken by the Japanese and Thailand teams I. The Japanese team by
Sara Ota and Miku Abe collect 439 strokes. Taglao Jeeravivitaporn and
Thame Mcfadden who strengthened Thailand I rounded up 455 strokes.
In this prestigious tournament, there are two players who managed to
score a hole in one, Fabian Lefan Fernandez from Singapore and Chung
Chieh Tsai from Taipei.
Since 24 years ago, Damai Indah Golf has always held international golf
tournaments. Since 2007, the Ciputra World Junior Golf Championship has
been recognized as the world championship