Pattaya: Poom Saksansin will be wanting to use his enhanced psychological video game at the Royal Cup, which begins tomorrow at the Phoenix Gold Golf and Nation Club.
” I informed myself not to feel regrettable whenever I have a bad hole.
” I simply continue and concentrate on striking my next shot,” stated the Thai star.
He will be embracing this technique at the US$ 500,000 occasion, which includes no cut.
The Royal Cup is the last occasion on the Asian Trip schedule this year and is being arranged in honour of King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun.
The Royal Cup has a 78-man field that includes leading gamers from the last standings on the Asian Trip and Thailand Order of Merits.
The winner will make exemption status on the Asian Trip in 2018.
” It is constantly excellent to play in a competition that has no cut. It takes the pressure off somewhat and with that, I can concentrate on other elements of my golf video game much better,” Poom stated.
The 24-year-old’s constant technique on the course this year has actually produced a wire-to-wire success at the Take Solutions Masters in India, a tied-second surface at the Asia-Pacific Open Diamond Cup in Japan and a tied-fifth surface at the Yeangder Heritage in Taiwan.
For his great in 2017, Poom, who won the 2016 Indonesian Masters, has actually made the chance to represent Group Asia at the EurAsia Cup next month as one of the 4 leading gamers on the Asian Trip Order of Benefit, where he completed in 8th location.
Poom suffered a back injury in 2016, however recuperated in fantastic style this year, highlighted by his win in India.
Other headliners at the Royal Cup consist of Phachara Khongwatmai, who carded a spectacular 21-under-par 267 overall at the Indonesian Masters a couple of weeks back, Scott Hend, the 2016 Asian Trip Order of Benefit champ, and India’s Shiv Kapur, the only golf player who has actually won two times on the Asian Trip this year.
Phachara has actually come close to winning on 3 events this year so has his hopes up.
He was joint-second at the Singapore Open, 2nd at the World Super 6 Perth and runner-up at the Indonesian Masters.
Hend is a nine-time Asian Trip winner and was crowned the circuit’s No. 1 in 2016.