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‘Prophon’ unlocks the Singha-TDT Phuket championship, winning the prize money of 1 hundred thousand baht.

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‘Prophon’ unlocks the Singha-TDT Phuket championship, winning the prize money of 1 hundred thousand baht.

Professional Golf Association of Thailand Organize this competition supported From the Sports Authority of Thailand, the National Sports Development Fund, Singha Corporation, collecting points, Order of Merit, the 3rd item of the season, winning a total prize money of 1 million baht. 1 hundred thousand baht, competing between 28-29 Sept. This competition without spectators Emphasis on safety measures against the spread of the COVID-19 virus by golfers and all staff. including caddies and followers ATK must be tested every 5 days according to the prescribed measures. while operating officers must Scan QR code Fill out a daily questionnaire to assess the risk of infection as well.

Finished the final round on September 29, “Prophon” Khemrat, golfer from Sisaket. Hit added 3 under par 69 from 6 birdies, 3 bogeys, scored a total of 12 under par 130 to receive the championship in this list. With a prize money of 1 hundred thousand baht, which is considered the first championship in many years, the 42-year-old golfer revealed after the end of the tournament that “I’m glad that I unlocked and successfully won the second match after winning the All Thailand Championship a long time ago. I have to thank myself for not giving up. Because throughout the race, try to be with yourself. and concentrate in every shot This reward gives yourself the confidence that you can still do it. and makes me think that we can still go on in bigger matches Because there are still many competitions to compete.”

2nd place belongs to “Pro Poon” Chayodom Chanjarupong, a rookie from Phrae, who collects 3 more under par 68, scores a total of 8 under par 134, receives a prize of 65,000 baht, with Ye Thiet Aung from his wife. Namar, Nutthapong Puttha and Siri Siricharoen rank 3rd with a total score of 7 under par 135, sharing the prize money of 30,333 baht each, while Nopparat Panichphon and Janat Sakulphonpaisan grabbed the ranks. 6 joint at a total score of 6 under par 136

for the next item of Professional Golf Association of Thailand It will be a competition in the Thailand PGA Tour event, “Sing-SAT Phuket Classic 2021” during September 30 – October 3 at the Blue Canyon Country Club (Lakes), Phuket Province. Par 71, distance 7,061 yards, winning a total of 2 million baht, the champion receives 240,000 baht.

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