Larrabaster and Monedero combined for 64 to clinch the title.
Willy de Leon and North Cotabato Vice-Governor Manny Piñol had a total of 78 for the net team crown.
Jose Claudel and Ariel Peregant were first runners-up with a 72 while Miko Samanodi and Amado Atilano wound up with a 70 total to take the second runner-up honors.
Jun Mustrales and Fred Syling bagged the class B gross title with a 36 while Lan Espinosa and Ronnie Magsico totaled a 72 for the net crown.
Tani Galinato and Carmelo Lauengco shot a combined 71 to win as net first runners-up while Rene Garcia and Ednel Pascual totaled 68 for the net second runner-up honors.
Cho Leonor birdied the last two holes and fell short of winning the class A gross title by coming up with a 26, losing to Tebor Marcelino who finished with a 32.
Ting Castillo came up with a 37 to win the class A net title while Jeff Ramirez finished first runner-up with a 33.
Bobby Aceronâ’s 22 was enough to grab the class B gross title from Mackey Biernes who had an 18 while former Vice Mayor Luis Bonguyan won the net crown with a 38 over Jerome Leonor who finished with a 33.
Caloy Leyba and General Sid LapeÃ±a took the class C gross and net titles, respectively while Edwin Villarino and Nonoy Ponce wound up as runners-up.
Larrasbaster also won as over-all gross champion while Samanado clinched the over-all net title.
Lucho Singh, the even organizer thanked the players and the various supporters led by Duterte, who indorsed the tournament.
"Thank you every much for your support and see you next year for the 2nd Lucho Singh invitational tournament, " Singh told the players who attended the awarding rites at the Apo View Hotel Sunday. (Rico Biliran/MindaNews).