Bangkok, May 20: Thai prospect Rattanon Wannasrichan closed with a pair of birdies to sign for a flawless six-under-par 65, grabbing the outright lead by one shot in the penultimate round of the US$300,000 Thailand Open on Saturday.
May 20: Watch the round three highlights and interview at the Thailand Open.
Shah Alam, Malaysia, March 18: Malaysia’s Ben Leong endured contact lens discomfort on the front nine to close with a two-under-par 70, claiming his first Asian Development Tour (ADT) title by seven shots at the weather-shortened PGM Northport Championship on Saturday.
Shah Alam, Malaysia, March 17: Malaysia’s Ben Leong extended his blemish-free run to 36 holes after signing for a stunning second round 10-under-par 62 at the PGM Northport Championship, which has been reduced to 54 holes due to inclement weather on Friday.
Shah Alam, Malaysia, March 15: Local hotshot Ben Leong rode on a hot putter to sign for a bogey-free eight-under-par 64 and lead by one shot in the opening round of the PGM Northport Championship on Wednesday.
Bangkok, January 14: Australia’s Richard Green topped the class when he defeated compatriot Todd Sinnott with a birdie at the first play-off hole to secure his playing rights at the Asian Tour Qualifying School Final Stage presented by Sports Authority of Thailand on Saturday.
Bangkok, January 13: Australia’s Richard Green showed no signs of nerves on Friday the 13th when he carded a four-under-par 68 to head into the final round just one shot behind Japan’s Junya Kameshiro at the Asian Tour Qualifying School Final Stage presented by Sports Authority of Thailand on Friday.
Bangkok, January 10: Read what former Tour winners have to say about their week at the Asian Tour Qualifying School Final Stage which starts on Wednesday.
Bangkok, January 10: A total of 223 hopefuls will vie for the much-sought after Asian Tour cards when the all-important Asian Tour Qualifying School Final Stage presented by the Sports Authority of Thailand starts on Wednesday.
Kuala Lumpur, October 29: Malaysian number one Danny Chia had a swift and short answer when asked how he could better a one-under-par 71 at the US$7 million CIMB Classic – hit the ball better.