Pattaya: Sutijet Kooratanapisan and Chaiphat Koonmark the other day shared the second-round clubhouse lead at the weather-hit 3.2-million-baht Singha Pattaya Open at Burapha Golf and Resort.

Play was suspended for more than 2 hours in the early morning due to a storm and a a great deal of gamers were unable to complete their rounds.

Prior to action began the other day, golf enthusiasts and authorities participated in a solemn event to mark one year because the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

Golf enthusiasts and authorities participate in a solemn event to mark one year because the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej prior to the other day’s 2nd round.

The 30-year-old Sutijet shot a two-under-par 68, while Chaiphat, 24, fired a 67 to transfer to six-under 134.

Sutijet got 3 birdies on 4, 14, 16 and had one bogey on 15. Chaiphat shot 4 birdies on 5, 6, 7 and 12 prior to bogeying the last hole.

Over night co-leader Sofa Prakongvech struck a one-over 71 and fell 3 shots behind.

” I played rather well today. I handled to remain on the fairways the majority of the times,” stated Sutijet.

” The fairways were rather soft due to the fact that of the rain in the early morning so I could not rather strike it as long as I would have liked.

” Tomorrow it will be more of the very same for me, simply attempting to keep it on the fairways.”

” However I will not be thinking of winning right now. I will simply attempt to do my finest over the next 2 days,” he included.

On the other hand Chaiphat was happy to be in a share of lead regardless of having actually “changed his swing just recently”.

He included: “I felt a bit concerned entering into the competition, however I simply attempted not to consider it excessive. Luckily my irons worked well today and the putter too.”

In the females’s occasion, Nimmita Juntanaket remained on leading with three-under 137 after a 72 the other day.

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