Pattaya, July 14: Thailand’s Natipong Srithong stole the show on the opening day of the Singha Pattaya Open today after shooting a seven-under-par 63.
He cruised around the Burapha Golf Club layout nailing eight birdies and dropping just one shot, in the third event of the season on the ASEAN PGA Tour. Read More
Hua Hin, Thailand, May 8: Golden oldie Prayad Marksaeng of Thailand added another title to his impressive collection on Sunday when he won the Singha Hua Hin Open by a single stroke from local hero Prom Meesawat and the unsung Tirawat Kaewsiribandit.
The 50-year-old Prayad once again showed that age has not dented his ambition by recovering from a double bogey seven at the par-five third hole to card a two-under 69 at Royal Hua Hin Golf Club.
Hua Hin, Thailand, May 7: Veterans Prayad Marksaeng and Udorn Duangdecha are tied for top spot in the Singha Hua Hin Open heading into the final round after vastly contrasting rounds on Saturday.
Prayad, a multiple winner on the ASEAN PGA, Asian and Japan Tours, shot an error-free five-under 66 to catch overnight leader Udorn whose rollercoaster 70 included a double bogey and an eagle at Royal Hua Hin Golf Club.
Hua Hin, Thailand, May 6: Thai veteran Udorn Duangdecha stormed to the halfway lead in the Singha Hua Hin Open on Friday after shooting a stunning seven-under-par 64.
The 45 year old Udorn, a former winner on the ASEAN PGA Tour, has a two-round total of 10-under 132 and sits two strokes ahead of local hero Prom Meesawat who carded a second successive 67 at Royal Hua Hin Golf Club. Read More
Hua Hin, Thailand, May 5: Thailand’s Prom Meesawat kickstarted his bid to win the Singha Hua Hin Open after two runner-up finishes in three years by grabbing a share of the first round lead on Thursday.
Prom, playing in his home town, opened with a four-under-par 67 to tie top spot with unheralded countrymen Thummanoon Koonmark and Tirawat Kaewsiribandit in the second event on the ASEAN PGA Tour 2016 schedule.
Hua Hin, Thailand, May 4: Local hero Prom Meesawat, runner-up twice in the past three editions, will aim to go one better at the 2016 Singha Hua Hin Open, the second event on the ASEAN PGA Tour schedule, which tees off on Thursday.
The bulky Prom, nicknamed the “Big Dolphin” because he was raised in the seaside resort of Hua Hin, lost in a playoff to young gun Pawin Inkhapradit last year and also finished runner-up in 2013 when 14-year-old schoolboy amateur Phachara Khongwatmai made history by becoming the youngest winner of a professional tournament. Read More
Khon Kaen, Thailand, March 27: Golf prodigy Phachara Khongwatmai continued his remarkable rise in the game by winning the US$100,000 Singha Esan Open today on the ASEAN PGA Tour.
The 16-year-old Thai beat compatriot Chapchai Nirat by two strokes at Singha Park Golf Club after they both fired final round four-under-par 68s.