Rising Tigers officially covers Sports: Showcasing success and camaraderie in the Greens


The very successful first Rising Tigers Cup under Rising Tigers Magazine was held in the country's most prestigious and ultra-exclusive golf course, with membership estimated valued at Php 185M thus an epitome of success just fit for the venue to showcase greatness.

Attended by businessmen, tycoons from all around the country and diplomats, the first golf tournament, powered by Tag Media Group, the mother company of Rising Tigers Magazine, started with a sumptuous Filipino buffet breakfast and welcome remarks by the grandson of former Philippine President Jose P. Laurel and part of the board of Rising Tigers, Robert Laurel Yupangco.

Robert Laurel Yupangco

He mentioned that the event is not just about sports but also about meeting liked minded leaders to network and have fun. The ceremonial tee-off was with the board in attendance, aside from Robert, like Ethiopian Business Consul David Ackerman, Sarah Mateo, and Andria Terese Nicolas, with His Excellency Malaysia Ambassador Dato Malik Melvin Castelino followed by a flight of Ambassador Vic Garcia and General Alex Capiña with PhilMed CEO Neil Valenton and Ver Raymundo.

The Malaysian Chamber of Commerce & Industry, headed by Chairman Edward Ling supported the event with a flight. The creative director of Rising Tigers Magazine, Michael Pacquiao, welcomes everyone at the fairway and graciously had photos with everyone.

Michael Pacquiao

Winners were announced after the sumptuous Japanese buffet lunch. However, the last flight was ended at 5PM since the format is Sequential at Manila Golf, the only one they allowed. The grand champion is a pro golf and student from De Lasalle University, Kristoffer Arevalo.

Kristoffer Arevalo

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