Steel rod, girls, ready to compete “SAT-Thai Women’s Tour Open” Field 3

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Rod Lek 107 lives with women’s professional golf swing championships “SAT-Thai Women’s Tour Open”, field 3, competing for a total prize money of 2.5 million baht in Pattaya

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Rod Lek Sao is ready to participate in the women’s professional golf tournament. “SAT-Thai Women’s Tour Open” field 3 and is one of ten competitions for the year 2021-2022, competing for a total prize money of 2.5 million baht, with a total of 8 events this year, starting from the first field at Phoenix Gold Golf and Country Club, Pattaya, Chonburi Province, during 22-24 June.

The “SAT-Thai Women’s Open Tour” is a 54-hole stroke play competition, with 107 golfers participating on the third course, 75 professional and 32 amateur golfers. After 36 holes, 60 will be cut to compete in the final round. The winner will receive a prize money of up to 367,500 baht, while golfers who score over 88 (+16) in each round will not be eligible to play the next day.

Women golfers accepted to participate in this tournament include: “Pro Best” Prinda Phokan, the 1st field champion from Khon Kaen, and “Pro Prow” Chanetti Wansaen, the 2nd field champion from Chiang Mai, “Probi” Kanyalak. Preidasutchit local girl 2018 Ladies European Thailand Championship

“Pro Piano” Arphichaya Yubol from Saraburi, “Prokoi” Chonlada Chayanan from Nakhon Ratchasima, “Pro Apo” Chonchiwa Wongsarat Swingdaorung from Chiang Mai, including a pro girl. Foreign Princess Mary Superior from the Philippines and Diane Luke from Malaysia also participated in the competition.

“SAT-Thai Women’s Open Tour” was organized under the support of Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT), National Sports Development Fund, Siam Commercial Bank, P Over Sea Steel Public Company Limited, Golf Pride and Phoenix Gold Golf and Country Club

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Golf fans can follow the news of the tournament via Facebook THAI WPGA and website http://www.thaiwpga.com. And follow the live broadcast of the competition (Live Streaming) via the Facebook page THAI WPGA, Golfreality, Golfdigg on June 24 from 8:00 am until the end of the competition.

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