Honda LPGA Thailand 2023 combines the world’s best craftsmanship Join the swing competition

Honda LPGA Thailand 2023 steps into its 16th year of greatness once again. Emphasizing that the longest running tournament in South East Asia. This year has increased the total number of golfers taking part in the tournament to 72, led by the top 4 female golfers in the world, Lydia Konelli, Korda, Minjee Lee and Atthaya Thitikul, to compete for the higher prize money to 1.7 million US. dollars (approx. 62 million baht*) plus special prizes from Honda For the first hole-in-one on the 16th hole, Honda Accord model e: HEV e: HEV TECH worth 1,799,000 baht, with the competition returning to the field open It is expected that there will be audiences from all over the world joining in to cheer and encourage golfers on the edge of the course. It is planned to be held on February 23 – 26, 2023 at Siam Country Club, Old Course, Chonburi Province.

Pitak Pruittisarikorn, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Honda Automobile (Thailand) Co., Ltd., said, “We are ready to welcome back golfers and golf fans from all over the world with another full-scale tournament. This year, the number The number of competitors has increased to 72 people, and the list of golfers is as outstanding as every year, including Nanna Kursk Madsen, the 2022 Honda LPGA Thailand champion who will return to defend champion Lydia Ko, the world’s top female golfer including Nelly-Jessica Korda’s two brothers, along with Minjee Lee, Brooke Henderson and Nasa Hataoka.

11 Thai women took part in the competition in their hometowns, including young Thai golf star China-Athaya Thitikul, winner of the 2022 Rookie of the Year Award and the youngest Thai female golfer ranked number one in the world. Meow-Pajaree Anannarukarn, Patty-Paphankorn Thawatthanakit, along with two beloved Thai siblings, Mo-Moriya and Mae-Ariya Jutanugarn Waen-Phananong Petlum, including guest golfers Jae Wichanee Meechai Wan Jaravee Boonchan Proud Chanetti Wannarayan P a Simiano Yupanich Proud Chanetti Wannasaaren P. Wongtaweelap Champion of Honda LPGA Thailand 2023 National Qualifiers.

Lydia Ko, world’s top female golfer 2022 LPGA Tour Player of the Year Award Looking forward to returning to compete at Siam Country Club’s Old Course again “I love competing in Thailand. Honda LPGA Thailand will be my first LPGA Tour event to open my season. This time I intend to do my best. Thank you to the sponsors and organizations that organize the competition every year.”

Nelly Korda, won the Pelican Women’s Championship last year. Returning to the tournament for the first time since 2019, he said, “I am very pleased to be back playing in Asia. Looking forward to doing my best. And hopefully Honda LPGA Thailand will be part of the success of this 2023 season.”

Jean-Athaya Thitikul, a 19-year-old Thai golfer who won the Rookie of the Year award and the second Thai golfer to make history as world No. 1, said: “This tournament was a special experience for Thai golfers China has been has been watching the program since the age of 9 and has participated in this tournament as a guest athlete for the first time in 2017. This year, he will return to play in this stadium for the 5th time and will continue to improve his form. continuously and intend to do their best for the Thai fans to be proud of and hope to contribute to passing on inspiration to the new generation Just as China was inspired by Honda LPGA Thailand.”

In addition to the tournament There is also a “Road to Honda LPGA Thailand” project in collaboration with the Sports Authority of Thailand. which aims to promote the sustainable growth and development of the golf industry in Thailand, including the 2023 Honda LPGA Thailand National Qualifiers, the Young Ambassador Program and Junior Golf Clinic activities, as well as social activities. which raises the entry fee from the National Qualifiers’ competition to buy equipment and medical equipment to donate to Ban Tan Man Health Promotion Hospital, Pong District, Chonburi Province, and use the proceeds from the auction of souvenirs from athletes from Noson’s activities Charitable to donate to the Siriraj Foundation

The Honda LPGA Thailand 2023 competition is now on sale on the website. by viewers under 16 and over 60 can visit for free. There are also privileges for credit card holders. Bangkok Bank You can get an additional 10% discount on all payments for tickets to the competition through the website. and at Siam Country Club Old Course, Chonburi Province

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