Pattaya: Thailand’s Senior prom Meesawat will be aiming to finish some “incomplete organization” at the Phoenix Gold Golf and Nation Club when he tees off for the Queen’s Cup tomorrow.
Bangkok Post golf champ Surat Kasikitvarakul, right, gets the prize from Thirakiati Chirathivat, executive director of Bangkok Post Plc, after winning the Bangkok Post Golf Club Competition 2018, Course 3 at Amata Spring Nation Club in Chon Buri the other day.
Senior prom, a two-time Asian Trip winner however not considering that 2014, came agonisingly near to ending his title dry spell at the exact same place 6 months ago prior to ending up one shot back in 2nd location.
He is enthusiastic of installing another title run when the US$ 300,000 occasion gets underway today.
The 33-year-old Senior prom has actually delighted in a good season up until now, missing out on simply one cut in 10 starts to being in 19th put on the Asian Trip Environment for Humankind Standings with an existing haul of $117,085.
He will spearhead a strong Thai contingent along with young skills Panuphol Pittayarat, Jazz Janewattananond and Poom Saksansin, in addition to previous Order of Benefit champ Thaworn Wiratchant, who likewise won the distinguished competition two times in 2012 and 2014.
Taiwan’s Chan Shih-chang is delighting in a go back to among his preferred searching premises where he declared his development success 2 years back.
An overall of 150 gamers from 25 various nations, consisting of 40 trip champs, will challenge for honours at the Queen’s Cup, which is commemorating its 10th successive edition on the Asian Trip this season.
” It’s constantly great to be playing a competition in your home in Thailand and specifically so on a course that you have actually played well prior to. You tend to have more expectations pertaining to a course that you understand you can play well on however today, I simply wish to head out and enjoy my video game,” stated Senior prom who is nicknamed the ‘Huge Dolphin’ due to his big body and since he originates from the seaside town of Hua Hin.
” I more than happy with the manner in which I am playing now. My putting has actually been improving over the last couple of weeks. I came truly near to winning my 3rd title on this course last December prior to ending up 2nd. I am anticipating playing well once again today.
” The season’s been quite alright up until now. I had a great start. It’s a bit sluggish now however I hope it will get from now. I will head out and enjoy myself and attempt my finest to win the competition today.”
Jazz, on the other hand, intends to go one much better in his title charge at the Queen’s Cup after ending up 2nd in 2015.