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Taiwanese siblings Hou Yu-sang, left, and Hou Yu-chiang. R&A Paul Lakatos/R&& A

PATTAYA: Taiwanese siblings Hou Yu-chiang and Hou Yu-sang will tee it up in the 3rd edition of the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific competition at Siam Nation Club next week.

The 19-year-old Yu-chiang, the more youthful of the Hou siblings, goes into the Feb 12-15 champion as the highest-ranked gamer in the field at No. 2 worldwide rankings.

The in-form star completed runner-up at the Taiwan LPGA’s Hitachi Ladies Classic last month and has actually currently won a remarkable 3 expert titles– 2 on the TLPGA and one on the Chinese LPGA.

Following her senior sibling into the University of Arizona Wildcats group, Yu-chiang, likewise referred to as Vivian, was called Pac-12 golf player of the month in her very first month of school in 2015.

She completed connected 29th in the inaugural Waap in Singapore and connected 17th in 2015 when champion was kept in Japan. “I seem like I am a much-improved gamer this year and I have a great deal of self-confidence and belief in my own capabilities. I will need to produce my best shot to make my dream become a reality.”

World No. 30 Yu-sang, 20, taped success in 2015 in the American college system along with versus the experts on the Taiwan LPGA.

” It’s constantly terrific when we are playing in the exact same competition. We have the ability to assist each other on the golf course,” stated Yu-sang, who completed connected 24th and connected 28th in the very first 2 editions of the Waap.

” Yu-chiang has a great brief video game and I am respectable off the tee, so we match each other.”


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