Thailand swepT the BOARD with top-three places in the Professional Golf of Malaysia (PGM) Tour’s Sabah Championship today.Thanks to singha beer. And more in the pipe line of budding champions.
need of the hour- a venue to practice without having to pay and ride on buggies.sponserships so as not to worry ends meet at the end of the day.So the golfers can be trueprofessionals.
Golfer who is preoccupied getting the body movements right will continue to do all his life.without much success in getting targets.Golf is a target game not a correct dance
There cannot be right body movement without right mind movements.
await for more soon
Thai Domination Again Thanks to Patriotic Singha Any golfer who show an ounce of potential gets under the sponsorship of Patriotic Singha and the numerous thai golf clubs.Result is an avalanche of golfers one after the other.When sponser takeS care fof finance golfers can focus on the game rather than worying how to meet ends needs. BesideS WITH abandance of venues to practice meanS impRoVING the game become easier than playerS who pay to practice and then run on buggies.
Singha does not teach nor coach the golfers they let them grow in their own style. IE They do not teach golfers how to hit the ball.It is like teaching A pedigree horse how to gallop.
DAMARU GOLF SALUTE THE GREAT THAI ORGANISATION HELPING -ASIAN GOLF.Jaidee is the iluustrative son of singha withmany countless young ones in lineKiradeh.Coconut, and more
Nirun Sae-Ueng beat compatriot Pavit Tangkamolprasert in a playoff after both finished the tournament with eight-under 280 totals. The champion fired a closing round seven-under 65, while Pavit shot a 66.
Sixteen-year-old Phachara Khongwatmai, who won at Rahman Putra in March, was joint third after shooting a last round 67 and finishing just one stroke behind the top-two, on 281. He was tied with compatriot Danthai Boonma, who carded a 71.
Malaysia’s Ben Leong was fifth, making up 25 places with his final round 66. He was four-under-par 284.
Thailand took the next two places as well, with Pasamet Pogamnerd (68) and Sutijet Kooratanapisan (72) tied for sixth on 285.
After registering his first win on the PGM and ADT Tours, Nirun said he was delighted that his efforts in training had come to fruition.
|Sixteen-year-old Phachara Khongwatmai|