Young Phachara unstoppable at Singha Esan Open

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.

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Thanyakon tops leaderboard in Singha Esan Open

Khon Kaen, Thailand, March 26: Thanyakon Khronpha took control of the Singha Esan Open today after shooting a five-under-par 67 to lead on 10-under after three rounds.

He holds at one shot lead over countryman Phachara Khongwatmai, also in with a 67, at Singha Park Golf Club.

Thailand’s Somchai Pongpaew is in third place one stroke further back after returning a 73. Read More

Singha Esan Open starts 2016 ASEAN PGA Tour

Khon Kaen, Thailand, March 23: The Singha Esan Open tees-off tomorrow to mark the start of the 10th season on the ASEAN PGA Tour.

Thailand’s Thaworn Wiratchant, the defending champion, is one of a wealth of leading players competing in the US$100,000 event which will be played at its traditional home Singha Park Golf Club. Read More

Solid Namchok finds winning joy in Sabah


Kota Kinabalu [SABAH]: Thailand’s Namchok Tantipokhakul displayed nerves of steel to claim an emotional victory at the Warisan Harta Sabah Masters on Saturday.

The 28-year-old Chonburi native nursed his overnight advantage to close with a second successive even-par 71 at the Sutera Harbour Golf & Country Club. Read More

Namchok stays in control in Sabah


Kota Kinabalu [SABAH]: Namchok Tantipokhakul kept his lead at the US$100,000 Warisan Harta Sabah Masters on Friday as he continued his stride towards a first victory in over two years.

As temperatures soared at the Sutera Harbour Golf & Country, the Thai powerhouse dug deep into his reserves to return with an even-par 71 during the third round of the US$100,000 tournament, jointly sanctioned by the ASEAN PGA Tour and the Asian Development Tour (ADT). Read More

Namchok stays the course at Sutera Harbour


Kota Kinabalu [SABAH]: Burly Namchok Tantipokhakul overcame tough scoring conditions to preserve his overnight advantage at the halfway stage of the Warisan Harta Sabah Masters on Thursday.

Determined to end a two-year long title drought, the 28-year-old Thai scrambled with three birdies in his closing four holes for a one-under 70 effort at the wind-swept Sutera Harbour Golf & Country Club. Read More