SUBMIT PICTURE: Jazz Janewattannond of Thailand gestures throughout the 3rd round of the BNI Indonesian Masters at Royale Jakarta Golf Club on Dec 14, 2019 in Jakarta, Indonesia. (Image provided)

Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond won the Thailand Masters on house grass Sunday, commemorating an incredibly season with his 2nd significant Asian Trip success this month.

The 24-year-old ended the last round with a six-under-par 65, completing the 15.1 billion baht competition with an overall of 261, 23 under par.

Routing him with an 18-under overall of 266 were Belgium’s Thomas Detry and fellow Thais Suradit Yongcharoenchai and Phachara Khongwatmai.

Jazz was strong in the very first 2 days at the Phoenix Gold Golf and Nation Club in Pattaya, with rounds of 69 and 67, prior to setting the 3rd round alight with a string of 7 birdies along the method to an 11-under-par 60.

On Sunday he followed up with birdies on 3 of the very first 4 holes. He sank another 5 birdies throughout the day to extend his lead, finishing his last putt with a psychological event.

Jazz is the 2019 Asian Trip Order of Benefit champ with a success in the Indonesian Masters simply a week ago to contribute to his earlier wins in the Singapore and Korea Opens.

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