Published: Aug 09, 2019
Chollada Chayanan, a 26-year-old golfer from Nakhon Ratchasima, became the Thai LPGA’s top money earner after winning the Bt1-million Singha-SAT Thai LPGA Championship 2019 at the Watermill Golf Club and Resort in Nakhon Nayok on Friday (August 9).
Published: Jun 19, 2019
Thai and foreign professional players, including Chatprapa Siriprakob from the Thai LPGA Tour (to the right of centre, waving the Thai flag) and England’s Annabel Dimmock (blue top left of centre, waving the UK flag), winner of the Ladies European Thailand (LET) Jabra Ladies Open last month, conduct a golf clinic for local youngsters ahead of the LET Championship 2019.
Published: Sep 21, 2018
2017 No 1 Parinda Phokan finished the 2018 Thai LPGA Tour on a high on Friday, beating amateur Kultida Pramphun by six strokes to capture her second title of the year in the Bt4 million Thai LPGA Masters at the Panya Indra Golf Course in Bangkok.
Published: Sep 18, 2018
Saranporn Langkulgasettrin – the defending champion, Arpichaya Yubol and Wanchana Poruangrong from Thai LPGA, Sui Xiang and Li Jiayun from China LPGA together with Amy Walsh and Hanee Song from Australian LPG are getting ready to battle in the field of “PTT THAILAND LPGA MASTERS 2018”.
Published: Sep 13, 2018
Top ladies players from 3 ladies golf tours of the region are lining up into the field of tri-sanctioned tournament – “PTT Thailand LPGA Masters 2018” – the big match season-sending for THAI LPGA Tour 2018 which will be held during 19-21 September at Panya Indra Golf Club in Bangkok.
Published: Aug 18, 2018
Teenage sensation Arpichaya Yubol won a record fifth straight Thai LPGA event after she beat Dussavi Soopimjit by a stroke in the final round of the Bt1 million Singha-SAT Thai LPGA Championship at the Majo Golf Resort and Resort in Chiang Mai on Friday.
Published: Jun 08, 2018
Red-hot Arpichaya Yubol fired a sizzling 62 to beat Wanchana Poruangrong by four strokes for back-to-back wins after the final round of the Bt1 Million 5th Singha-SAT Championship at Rayong Green Valley Country Club on Friday.
Published: Apr 20, 2018
2017 Thai LPGA Tour No 1 Parinda Phokan claimed her first title of the season, beating Yupaporn Kawinpakorn and Wannasiri Sirisampant by three strokes to win the Bt1 million Singha-SAT Thai LPGA Championship third circuit in at the Rancho Charnvee Resort and Country Club in Nakhon Ratchasima on Friday.