“Pro-Jean Atthaya” holds back world No. 4 ahead of Honda LPGA Thailand 2023 battle: PPTVHD36

“Pro Jean” Atthaya Thitikul is still 4th in the cumulative women’s golf world rankings. Before the 2023 Thailand LPGA Honda Golf Tournament

Publish the latest weekly women’s golf rankings in the world. As of Monday 6 January 2023, the top 23 is unchanged with New Zealand’s Lydia Ko still in the lead, followed by USA’s Nellie Korda in second, Australia’s E Minjee in third and “Pro China” Atthaya Thitikul in 4th site respectively.

Other Thai golfers: “Pro Meow” Papangkorn Tawatchanakit, ranked 62, “Promo” Moriya Jutanugarn, ranked 75, “Pro Mae” Ariya Jutanugarn, ranked 78.

Honda LPGA Thailand 2023, ready to open the PPTV swing duel, shoot live

“Pro SIM” Nattakritta qualified for the 2023 Honda LPGA

“Pro Meo” Pajaree Anannarukarn, rank 85, “Pro Waen” Pornanong Phetlum, rank 109, “Projan” Wichanee Meechai, rank 125, Jasmine Suwannapura rank 167, “Prowan” Charawee Boonchan ranks 235

“Pro Proud” Chanettie Wansaen rose to rank 370, “Pro Prin” Pawarisa rose to rank 423, “Pro Piano” Apichaya rose to rank 480 and “Pro Sim” Natthakritta Wongthaweelap.

For the 2023 Honda LPGA Thailand golf battle, which has entered its 16th year, it will be contested from 23-26 February 2023 at Siam Country Club, Old Course, Chonburi Province. Increased to 1.7 million US dollars (about 62 million baht) plus a special prize from Honda. For the first hole-in-one on the 16th hole, Honda Accord e:HEV e:HEV TECH model, worth 1,799,000 baht.

While 11 Thai golfers participated in this program, the same as last year, as well as “Pro Jean” Atthaya, a 19-year-old professional player who won the 2022 Rookie of the Year award and the youngest Thai golfer at number one the world. There’s also Meow-Pajaree Anannarukarn, Patty-Paphankorn Thawatthanakit, along with two adorable Thai siblings, Mo-Moriya and Mae-Ariya Jutanugarn Waen-Phananong Petlum, including guest golfers Jae Wichanee Meechai Wan Jaravee Boonchan Proud Chanetti Wannasaaren P and Simiano Nakta Aripano. Wongtaweelap Champion of the 2023 Honda LPGA Thailand National Qualifiers.

Thai sports fans AND golf fans can follow live coverage via PPTV HD, Channel 36, throughout the 4 days of the tournament. online platform //www.pptvhd36.com Including Facebook, YouTube and the station’s application.

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