Thailand's Atthaphon Sriboonkaew launched his bid for a career breakthrough when he fired a five-under-par 66 to seize the opening round lead by one shot at the US$300,000 Queen's Cup on Thursday. Despite stumbling with a bogey on the first hole, ... The Sports Campus, 1 month ago
Bangkok: Thai rising star Jazz Janewattananond hit seven birdies to join South Korea`s Kim Kyung-Tae at the top of the leaderboard on nine under par after the weather-hit second round of the Thailand Open in Pattaya on Friday. Only a bogey on 14 ...ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago Impressive Jazz takes share of lead Gulf Daily News, 1 month ago Jazz takes share of lead at Thailand Open Arabstoday.net, 1 month ago Golf: Jazz takes share of lead at Thailand Open Channel NewsAsia, 1 month ago
South Korea's Kim Hyung-sung took a one-shot first day lead at the Thailand Open in Pattaya yesterday, with a flawless seven-under par 65 laying down a marker at the US$1 million tournament. Making light of the sweltering temperatures, Kim hit ...Shanghai Daily, 1 month ago Kim keeps cool under Thai sun to take Open lead Yahoo! News, 1 month ago Kim Hyung-Sung keeps cool under Thai sun to take lead ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago
PATTAYA: South Korea's Kim Hyung-sung carded a bogey-free seven-under-par 65 to take a one-stroke lead after the opening round of the Thailand Open on Thursday. Kim holed four birdies on the front nine and gained a further three shots after making ...The Gulf Today, 1 month ago Kim leads in Thailand Global Times, 1 month ago Korean Kim grabs lead in Thailand Times of India, 1 month ago AFP - Golf-OneAsia-THA Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago
MARTIN HUNTER/ Mark Brown is the leading Kiwi at the Thailand Open, six shots off the pace after a one-under 71 in the first round. Mark Brown is the leading New Zealander after the first round of the Thailand Open in Pattaya. ...Dominion Post, 1 month ago Mark Brown leads New Zealand charge at Thailand Open Sunday Star-Times, 1 month ago
(MENAFN - Arab News) DHAKA: Veteran Singapore golfer Mardan Mamat capped a dominant performance over the four days to win the inaugural Bangladesh Open by two strokes in Dhaka on Saturday. The 47-year-old who said he was inspired by an encouraging ...MENAFN, 2 months ago
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