Wad Phaewchimplee with the Singha- SAT Thai LPGA trophy. With a one-shot lead after two rounds, the 19-year-old freshman from Kent State University fired a four-under-par 68 in the last round for 207. Wad was four shots ahead of runners-up ... Bangkok Post, 4 days ago
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Thailand's Gunn Charoenkul. He triumphed by a stroke after a ding-dong battle with his more experienced countryman Chapchai Nirat, who led by a shot after the third day and put further daylight between himself and Gunn early in the final round at ...Bangkok Post, 1 week ago Gunn shoots to top after round of 66 Bangkok Post, 1 week ago
Oman is not on the radar of Thai tourists popular destinations, like Japan is, she says. But there is a lot to marvel at — religion, culture, landscape. The publishers couldn't agree more. Paradoxically, however, their only major concern was that ...Bangkok Post, 1 week ago
Phachara became the youngest player to win a professional golf event when he won in Hua Hin as an amateur, aged 14 years, two months and 18 days. Three months later, he decided to turn pro and immediately showed his skills by claiming his maiden ...Bangkok Post, 2 weeks ago
Attendees of the June 2014 Long Beach Expo, held June 5 to 7, included more than two dozen of the top rare coin experts from mainland China and Hong Kong. VIP Chinese dealers and some PCGS employees arrive at the Long Beach Expo on June 4, 2014.Coin News, 1 month ago
Thai veteran star Thaworn Wiratchant came from five shots back to win an unprecedented 17th Asian Tour victory with a classy one-stroke triumph at the Queen's Cup on Sunday. The 47-year-old Thaworn holed a five foot birdie putt on the closing hole ...The Sports Campus, 1 month ago
Jun 8, 2014 6:00am Thailand's Poom Saksansin stayed one shot clear of a fast-charging Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh after the third round of the Queen's Cup in Samui yesterday. The 21-year-old Thai rookie dropped his first bogey of the ...Electric New Paper, 1 month ago Siddikur closes in to a stroke of Poom at Queen's Cup The Sports Campus, 1 month ago
Samui (Thailand): Anirban Lahiri fought his way back in the second round with a three-under 68 even as Manav Jaini (68-72) and Shankar Das (70-70) advanced to the top-10 at the half-way mark of the Queen`s Cup golf tournament at the Santiburi ...ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago Queens Cup: Shankar, Jaini In Top-10, Lahiri Fight Back AsiaNetIndia.com, 1 month ago
Poom Saksansin The former national player, who turned 21 on Wednesday, made four birdies at Santiburi Samui Country Club in the Asian Tour event to stay atop the leaderboard on 133. South Korea's Baek Seuk-Hyun (66) was on 135 while Donlaphatchai ...Bangkok Post, 1 month ago Poom stays on winning course with halfway lead TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago Poom in control of Queen's Cup, Lahiri 10 strokes back The Sports Campus, 1 month ago
Details Category: Sports 18 May 2014 Written by Jonathan Perez MARCUS BOTH was expecting a tough time in the last day of the 2014 International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) Philippine Open. But the Australian's final ...Business Mirror, 2 months ago
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