• Phachara KHONGWATMAI

    THA

    • Date of birth May 03, 1999
    • Turned Pro August 2014
    • Residence Bangkok
    • Family Single

Biography

Career Highlights

  1. In 2017, Phachara notched four top-three finishes to end the season in a career-high third place on the Habitat for Humanity Standings. His joint runner-up result at the SMBC Singapore Open also earned his second appearance at The Open that year.
  2. Came into prominence when he won the 2015 PGM CCM Rahman Putra Championship to become the youngest Asian Development Tour winner at the age of 15.
  3. Finished tied-second at the BNI Indonesian Masters and also enjoyed three other top-five finishes in 2016.
  4. Went to the Asian Tour Qualifying School shortly after turning professional in 2015.When he was 14, he won as an amateur to become the youngest player to win a professional tournament in the world.
  5. Stole the limelight again by finishing sixth at the prestigious Thailand Golf Championship in December to secure a prized spot at The Open Championship in 2016.
  6. Won his second ADT title at the season ending Boonchu Ruangkit Championship in 2015, which propelled him to fifth place on the ADT Order of Merit to secure his 2016 Asian Tour card.

Asian Tour Victories

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Asian Development Tour victories:

  1. 2015 PGM CCM Rahman Putra Championship, Malaysia
  2. 2015 Boonchu Ruangkit Championship 2, Thailand. 

Other wins

  1. 2014 President Thailand PGA
  2. 2016 Chang-Nakhon Nayok Championship
  3. 2018 Singha Masters, Thailand

Amateur wins: (2)

  1. 2014 Thailand Junior Championship
  2. 2014 Singha Open


 

Tournament Results

Tournament Pos R1 R2 R3 R4 Score TO PAR Earnings
Maybank Championship* T17 68 65 70 72 275 -13 US$ 36,850
Hero Indian Open* MC 73 83 - - 156 12 -
Volvo China Open* T56 70 72 69 73 284 -4 US$ 8,742
The 37th GS Caltex Maekyung Open Golf Championship T12 71 72 70 74 287 3 US$ 15,391
Royal Cup T14 72 69 66 69 276 -4 US$ 6,240
Fiji International presented by Fiji Airways T25 79 68 71 69 287 -1 US$ 8,648
Honma Hong Kong Open presented by Amundi MC 77 68 - - 145 5 -
Queen's Cup hosted by Jaidee Foundation T21 66 68 70 70 274 -6 US$ 5,000
BNI Indonesian Masters RET 71 - - - 71 4 -

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