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Filipino-Australian golfers in Victoria are invited to compete in the ABC Asian Brotherhood Cup, which has been running for over a decade. Golfers from Indonesia and Malaysia have previously participated in the event, but now the organisers are looking for Filipino golfers to represent their country of origin.

At least 20 Filipino golfers must form a team to compete against the Indonesians and Malaysians. The competition is held twice a year, and it’s an excellent opportunity for participants to bond and form lasting friendships with other golfers from the region.

Anthony Castro, a Filipino-Australian golfer who was previously a part of the Indonesian team, has taken it upon himself to form an all-Filipino golf team to represent his home country. Castro believes this is a chance for Filipino golfers to showcase their golfing skills and celebrate their culture and heritage.

The ABC Asian Brotherhood Cup is more than just a competition. It is also an opportunity to build connections and foster goodwill among the participants. The cup symbolises the unity and camaraderie of the Asian community, despite the existing cultural and language barriers.

ABC Asian Brotherhood Cup golf players
ABC Asian Brotherhood Cup golf players

The competition is a chance to have fun with like-minded individuals and showcase their golfing skills. This is an excellent opportunity for Filipino-Australian golfers to come together, form a team, and compete for the glory of the cup and the prizes that come with it.

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Golf is a popular sport in the Philippines, with many Filipinos taking up the sport at a young age. The country has produced many great golfers, including professional golfer Juvic Pagunsan, who won the 2021 Olympic bronze medal in Tokyo, Japan. This is a chance for Filipino golfers in Victoria to follow in the footsteps of these great golfers and showcase their skills on the international stage.

Jason Day, a professional golfer of Filipino-Australian descent, is one of the most successful golfers to come out of Australia. He has won several tournaments worldwide, including the 2015 PGA Championship, and was ranked the world’s number-one golfer in 2015. Day’s success in the sport is a source of inspiration for many aspiring golfers, including Filipino golfers in Victoria.

The ABC Asian Brotherhood Cup is a chance for Filipino golfers to showcase their skills and represent their country proudly. It’s a chance to make new friends, form lasting connections, and build goodwill within the Asian community.

If you are a Filipino-Australian golfer or part of a social group that includes Filipino golfers and are interested in participating, please get in touch with Anthony Castro at acastro74@live.com.au or on mobile 0410 693 310. Filipino golfers who live interstate are welcome to join in the competition.

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