August 9, Chiangmai: Evergreen veteran Prayad Marksaeng again showed his younger opponents the way to win on Sunday, a closing 65 giving him a one-shot victory over promising teenager Jazz Janewattananond in the Singha Chiangmai Open.
It was Prayad’s second triumph on the ASEAN PGA Tour this season, following his success at the Singha Pattaya Open in March, and the 49-year-old Thai extended his lead in the moneylist race.
August 5, Chiangmai : In-form Prayad Marksaeng, the current leader of the ASEAN PGA Tour Order of
Merit, will be the player to beat at the Singha Chiangmai Open which tees off on Thursday.
The veteran Thai is coming off a victory at the Dunlop Srixon Fukushima Open, his fifth victory on the
Japan Golf Tour Organisation.
July 19, Hua Hin: Young Pawin Ingkhapradit overcame his illustrious compatriots Prayad Marksaeng and Prom Meesawat in a sudden-death play-off today to win the Singha Panasonic Hua Hin Open.
Pawin, 24, claimed his first title on the ASEAN PGA Tour by closing with a six-under-par 66 to finish the tournament on 18-under tied with Prayad and Prom, who both closed with 67s.
July 18, Hua Hin: Two of Thailand’s big guns Prayad Marksaeng and Prom Meesawat took a share of the third round lead today in the Singha Panasonic Hua Hin Open.
Prayad, the current leader of the ASEAN PGA Tour Order of Merit, shot a seven-under-par 65 while Prom returned an impressive 63.
The duo lead the event on 13-under-par at Royal Hua Hin Golf Club.
July 17, Hua Hin: Little-Known Wolmer Murillo from Venezuela maintained his lead in the Singha Panasonic Hua Hin Open today at Royal Hua Hin Golf Club.
He added a second round two-under-par 70 to his first day 63 for a halfway total of 11-under-par.