‘Kim’ leads 11th under, finishing in the 3rd round of Laguna Phuket Championship, ‘Phanupon-Pachara’, one stroke

‘Kim’ leads 11th under, finishing in the 3rd round of Laguna Phuket Championship, ‘Phanupon-Pachara’, single stroke

Panupon Pittayarat and Phachara Kongwatmai made the total score equal to 10 under 200 after finishing the third round, chasing Kim Bio, leader from South Korea. just one stroke In the Asian Tour Phuket Series 2021 “Laguna Phuket Championship” for a total prize money of US $ 1 million or approximately 33 million baht at Laguna Golf Phuket, distance 6,770 yards, par 70, Phuket Province on the 4th December

The Asian Tour finalizes the 2020-2021 season of professional golf after a 20-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic with two major tournaments in Phuket for two weeks and has been dubbed the “ Asian Tour Phuket Series” starting with the Blue Canyon Phuket Championship at the Blue Canyon Country Club on November 25-28. followed by the Laguna Phuket Championship at Laguna Golf Phuket between December 2-5, with both entries having a total prize pool of US$1 million, or approximately 33 million baht. The champion will receive The prize money is up to 180,000 US dollars, or about 6 million baht, then will go to the last two competitions in Singapore in January next year.

Finished the third round of the competition on December 4, “Pro Coconut” Panupon Pittayarat, 28, from Bangkok. The owner of the Thailand Open champion in 2018 collected another 2 under par 68 from 5 birdies at holes 5, 9, 11, 14 and 17 by losing 3 bogeys at holes 12, 15 and 18, a total of 3 days 10 under par 200 equals “Prophet” Phachara Khongwatmai, 22, from Songkhla, owner of 2 All Thailand Golf Tour Championships in 2019, who collected another 1 under par 69 from 4 birdies at holes 5, 6, 9 and 17, losing 3. Bogie at holes 10, 15 and 16 chased down Kim Bio, the first two-round leader from South Korea. just one stroke In this round, Kim hit too much, 1 over par 71, while “Pro Tap” Chana Chok Detpiratanamongkol, 27 years old from Tak Province, hit more than 2 over par 72, a total of three days, 8 under par 202, falling to the place 4 with Prom Meesawad, Netipong Srithong and Jang Yikun from South Korea

Panupon Pittayarat said, “Today was good, went out in the first round minus two, the latter had 3 bogeys, 3 birdies, the condition of the green field was very good. The fairways are fine according to the rain we encountered. It’s very fun to play because of the strong wind. The bogie at the last hole did not disappoint. Golf is like this with some mistakes. As for the last day, they played the same. Try to keep the beat in the fairway. and give as much on-green as possible Then go win the putt. Shoulder injury mid-year in Japan It’s better now It remains only to wait for strength to return.”

As for Phachara Kongwatmai, said, “Today’s game overall was not bad but not very good. There was a good first round, 3 under, and then the second round came off the back hole. Lose bogey at hole 16, get birdie at hole 17 and the last hole misses birdie. Today’s weather is a little difficult because the wind is quite strong. And the flag position is quite difficult. With speed that it doesn’t rain and the green is faster. make putt harder but still accept Tomorrow is the last day to play normally. If the rhythm is ours Just follow that rhythm. Whoever is tougher than Birdy, belongs to that person.”

While Kim Bio, owner of six KPGA Tour champions, 31, revealed after retaining the lead for the third day that Today was a very difficult game. Windy. I felt a little nervous and couldn’t read without fail. But this is golf with some bad days. It’s good that even if it hits more than one, it still ends up in a good ranking. must go to practice to correct the point of error Tomorrow I will try to play according to my own game. live in the present Score when the opportunity arises. And hopefully putt well tomorrow.”

For other interesting golfers Can score as follows: Prom Mesawat and Netipong Srithong, 8 under par, 202 each, 4th place, Denwit Boriboonsub and Kosuke Hamamoto, 7 under par 203 each, 8th place, Sodom Kaewkanjana 5 under par 205, ranked 15th, joins TK-Ratchanon Chanthananuwat The 14-year-old was the best amateur golfer at the Blue Canyon Phuket Championship last week. Who fell into the final round, only one, collecting another 1 under par 69, total score for three days, 1 under par 209, ranked 42nd


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