- It is recommended that participants/beneficiaries stay in their present schools. No home schooling is permitted. Education related to sports development is highly recommended for those who are inclined to vocational/collegiate levels(e.g. B.S. Kenetics, Physical Education and the like). The Foundation will communicate directly with the school as well as communicate with parents about academic affairs.
- The participants/beneficiaries must report to the Foundation management on a regular basis on their academic marks or grades. These grades must improve on year.
- The Board will determine the continuation of the participants’/beneficiary’s benefits relative to his/her standing in schooling and his her performance in golf activities. (See Code of Conduct)
APRIL 2013: Last April 2103, FMGF held a three-week seminar for its beneficiares and some Del Monte team members on social graces and character formation. Michelle Ann Tabanas Cayetano did the lectures and supervised classroon drills for social situations.
MARCH 2013 The Frankie Miñoza Golf Foundation accepts new beneficiaries on its roll. With two beneficiaries graduated to professional status and four others for qualifying(for pro status), the FMGF majority board after deliberations and collegial decision accepted three young golfers namely, Jay Gamolo, Pam Mariano, and Jett Sajulga for the development program. The FMGF beneficiaries:… read more »
Banny Abaño finished 1st runner -up again in the Macau Amateur Open held in the Macau Golf and Country Club last December 14-15, 2012. It was his first exposure to international competition with about 120 participants. Ramir Roque, another beneficiary, also participated in the tournament. Major amateur tournaments are the best venue for exposure of… read more »
Banny Abaño finished 1st runner-up in the Samsung Amateur Open Championship Division held in Malarayat Country Club last Oct. 21-22, 2011. About 150 young golfers participated in the tournament, which is one of the major tournaments for amateurs in the Philippines. The Foundation and the Del Monte Golf Club co-sponsored the participation of Banny Abaño,… read more »
Classes for the beneficiaries were suspended on Dec. 21-22 to attend to Typhoon Sendong victims. Together with other Del Monte golfers, they collected used clothes and gathered drinking water in bottles to give to the typhoon victims in Cagayan de Oro. In cooperation with Gingoog City-based Zabdiel Foundation, the Frankie Miñoza Foundation donated kitchen utensils,… read more »
PILIPINAS Golf and Country Club in San Pedro, Laguna. After the PAL Interclub tournament in Davao which will be held on Feb. 22-25,2012, Banny will register as a touring PRO and will join the ICTSI tour for 2012. He will be the first beneficiary to become professional.
The Frankie Miñoza Golf Foundation sent Banny Abaño, Noel Langgamin, Magno Arancon, and Jovencio Lusterio to a Values Formation Seminar in Gingoog, Misamis Oriental last Nov. 20-21,2011 as part of its social skills development program. The workshop was sponsored by a church-affiliated organization and comprised of interactive sessions among youths aged 17 and above. A mangrove… read more »
Aside from swing technique enhancement exercises in the driving range and in the fairway, the trainees/beneficiaries undergo regular fitness training for strength and flexibility.
Frankie Miñoza Golf Foundation represented by Pili Sison and Eva Miñoza donates cash and relief goods to Yolanda typhoon victims through Sagip Kapamilya of ABSCBN in Cagayan de Oro . (Nov.12, 2013)
Last May 2013, the FMGF, led by its Founder/Chairman Frankie Miñoza himself with his directors and beneficiaries, Del Monte Regular, Seniors,Ladies team member volunteers,& caddies, embarked on a weeklong tree planting project with Del Monte Golf Club at the Del Monte Golf course to replace felled trees caused by Typhoon Pablo. Some 300 ornamental trees… read more »