Peerless Prayad powers ahead in moneylist

August 10, Chiangmai: The remarkable Prayad Marksaeng, still showing his rivals a clean pair of heels at aged 49, edged closer to the ASEAN PGA Order of Merit title with his victory in the Singha Chiangmai Open on Sunday.

The Thai veteran closed with a six-under-par 65 to edge teenager Jazz Janewattananond by a stroke and capture his second ASEAN PGA Tour crown of the season following his success in the Singha Pattaya Open. Read More

Golden oldie Prayad wins Singha Chiangmai Open

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.

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Kwanchai shoots 63 to join Jazz on top at Singha Chiangmai Open

August 8, Chiangmai: Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond is hitting most of the right notes at the Singha Chiangmai Open, a 68 on Saturday seeing him share the lead with 2013 ASEAN PGA Tour number one Kwanchai Tannin heading into the final round.

Teenager Janewattananond, hotly fancied for a breakthrough win after a season of near misses, posted six birdies in his opening 12 holes but stumbled near the end of his round to fall into a tie for the lead with Kwanchai, who sizzled with an eight-under-par 63. Read More

Jazz, Sutijet claim halfway lead at Singha Chiangmai Open

August 7, Chiangmai: In-form duo JazzJanewattananond and Sutijet Kooratanapisan of Thailandeclipsed more fancied challengers to edge two shots clear after the second round of the Singha

Chiangmai Open on Friday.

Teenager Janewattananond, who has been knocking on the door of a breakthrough win this season,stormed to a superb 63 while Sutijet, thejoint overnight leader, added a 67 to his opening 64 in the

ASEAN PGA Tour event at Mae Jo Golf Resort & Spa.

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Gunn fires into joint lead at Singha Chiangmai Open

August 6, Chiangmai: ASEAN PGA Tour number one Gunn Charoenkul of Thailand took a three-way

share of the first-round lead at the Singha Chiangmai Open on Thursday after sizzling to a seven-

under-par 64.

Gunn, who won three ASEAN PGA Tour events last year en route to the summit of the Order of Merit,|

was joined at the top of the leaderboard by Sutijet Kooratanapisan and amateur Napong Sriprasit.

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Pawin prevails in play-off

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.

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Prayad and Prom set the pace

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.

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