“Aphichaya” brings one roll to the end Unlocking the first championship in the Thai Women’s Tour 2022 in Rayong Green Valley.

“Aphichaya” brings one roll to the end Unlocking the first championship in the Thai Women’s Tour 2022 in Rayong Green Valley.

Aphichaya Yubol, a 20-year-old female pro from Saraburi, finished the final day, she made another 4 under par 68, leading by one roll, finishing three days, a total of 9 under par 207, unlocking the first championship in the Women’s Tour Thai program “SA T-Thai Women’s Open Tour, 8th pitch, winning a total prize money of 2.5 million baht at Rayong Green Valley Country Club Golf Course, par 72 (37-35), distance 6,378 yards, Rayong Province, on September 29 , 2022. past

“SAT-Thai Women’s Open Tour” (SAT-TWT OPEN) is held under the support of the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT), National Sports Development Fund, Siam Commercial Bank, P Over Sea Steels Public Company Limited, Golf Pride and Rayong Green Valley Country Club Match 8 and one of the top ten events of the year 2021-2022 is also the match that will lead to global ranking points in the future. There is a total prize money of 10 items in the first season of the competition, totaling 25 million baht.

Having finished the final on September 29, the 20-year-old Pro Piano-Aphichaya Yubol from Saraburi seems to have successfully unlocked the first championship in the Thai Women’s Tour. With the final round coming in another four under par 68 from six birdies at Holes 1, 2, 8, 11, 13 and 16, losing two bogeys at Holes 3 and 5 for three days, the total is 9 under par 207 leads in Win a championship with a grand cash prize of 367,500 baht, counting as the 13th champion in professional play. Before carrying the confidence to travel to compete around the LPGA Tour Stage 2 qualifying round in the United States. beginning of October

Apichaya Yubol, owner of the 13th professional championship, revealed after winning that championship “I have unlocked myself. After finishing 2nd and 3rd all the time, this game can win the championship, I’m very proud of myself, with the confidence to prepare to play the next game. Today I can go out with two birdies first. Boost your confidence first because the playing field is tough. There is still a period until you have to call your sanity back. Being able to come back is very proud. 9 under is very satisfied. Because doing under is equal to the first day. Increase the confidence to go out to the second stage of the queue we can do it under. We will only have to return to practice more short balls. I want to thank all the sponsors, myself and the tournament. Especially Khunying Chanya Sawangjit, the president of the Association who organizes a good program. To the world ranking for Thai women too. Thank you very much Rayong Green Valley Stadium Even if it is wet, he can still score. thank you board And all media that help bring us news too. Finally, I want to thank you The father who keeps pulling me up keeps calling me to come back. And be patient and walk until the last hole too. I will be traveling to Stage Two of the QLPGA Tour on October 7 by going with Phun Run (Pharanee Chutichai), P. Nook (Busabakorn Sukpun), Nong Praow (Chanetti Wansaen). Please follow and cheer. Please continue to support us. There are a lot of Thai female golfers in Stage Two.”

Second place goes to Princess Superal, a 25-year-old professional player from the Philippines. Owner of the Women’s Asian Golf Tour Championship, Simone Asia-Pacific Cup in Indonesia last August, by overtaking and holding second place at 5 under par 211, finishing the round 4 under par 68 of 5 birdies, 1 bogey, receiving a cash prize from 223,440 baht.

As for the pro-Patcharachutha Kongkraphan, the number 1 moneymaker, 30 years old from Khon Kaen, owner of the field champion 4,5 and 7, finished in third place with a total score of 3 under par 213, equal to Aphasiri He received Chulaya, Chermarn Santiwiwattanapong and Chayanit Wangmahaphon a prize of 116,191 baht each.

The amateur golfer’s championship went to Foam-Paphada Wongwaikitpaisan, 29, from Bangkok, who finished 1 under par 71 with 7 birdies, 6 bogeys for a three day total, 6 over par 222 in equal 29th of the tournament.

For special prizes such as Best Dressed, gift vouchers from Phoenix Gold Golf Pattaya, including Pro Run-Pharanee Chutichai, Pro Jackie-Aphasiri Julaya and Pro Ja-Intuon Dejkhum, Best Comeback Pattaya Pullman Hotel G rooms, including Pro Pim-Pimonchanok Kavil, who moved 39 places in the rankings Coming up from the first round, Sportmanship rooms from Pattaya Pullman G Hotel, which are the largest Post&Like rooms from Pattaya Pullman G Hotel, including Pro An-Pannapha Phonamin and Promuk-Arisara Vejkama.

The “SAT-Thai Women’s Open Tournament”, field 9, winning a prize of 2.5 million baht, will be held from 8-10 November 2022 at Pattaya Country Club Golf Course, Chonburi Province.

Competition finale (29 September)
1(-9)207 Arphichaya Yubol 68-71-68 Prize money 367,500 baht
2(-5)211 Princess Superior (Philippines) 73-70-68 prize money 223,440 baht
T3(-3)213 Aphasiri Julaya 69-73-71, Chermarn Santiwiwattanaphong 69-71-73, Chayanit Wangmahaporn 69-71-73, Patcharachutha Kongkraphan 71-69-73 Prize money 116,191 baht each
7(-2)214 Benyapha Niphatsophon 72-67-75 prize money 76,195 baht
T8(-1)215 Pitcharoon Chaichompoo 74-74-67, Phanphaka Phantumabamrung 73-71-71, Trichat China back 69-73-73, prize money 57,738 baht per person.
T11(E)216 Anchisa Utama 71-74-71, Phaewchimple 74-70-72 draw, Pornnee Chutichai 70-72-74, prize money 44,917 baht each.

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