Udorn back to his best in Singha Pattaya Open

Pattaya, July 15: Veteran Udorn Duangdecha took the halfway lead with a brilliant five-under-par 65 in

the Singha Pattaya Open today at Burapha Golf Club.

The 45-year-old Thai, winner of this event in 2010, moved to 11 under par for the tournament in the

ASEAN PGA Tour event.
He leads by two shots from countryman Thitiphun Chuayprakong, who came in with a 66.
Thailand’s Panuphol Pittayarat and Thaworn Wiratchant carded rounds of 66 and 64 respectively to sit one shot further back.
First round leader Natipong Srithong from Thailand, in with 70, is a stroke further behind with compatriots Pawin Ingkhapradit, Jazz Janewattananond, Nattawat Suvajanakorn and amateur Sarit Suwannara.
Udorn, who also claimed the King’s Cup in Thailand on the Asian Tour in 2010 for the biggest win of his career, went bogey free with two birdies on the front side and three on the back.
Thailand’s Prom Meesawat, winner of this event in 2011 and 2012, came in with a 68 and is five off the lead.
His countryman Prayad Marksaeng, bidding to win the event for the third successive season, finally had a poor Singha Pattaya Open and missed the halfway cut by one after shooting a 67.
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