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Lee Westwood (pictured by Getty Images) hopes to produce another magical week at the Thailand Golf Championship which he won in 2011 after shooting his career-low round of 60. The Englishman won the inaugural Thailand Golf Championship by a distant seven shots after opening with a 12-under-par score at the …

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India’s S.S.P Chowrasia showed his resolve to win again while compatriot Anirban Lahiri fired an ominous warnings to his rivals when they took a share of the opening round lead at the King’s Cup on Thursday. Chowrasia charged into the early morning lead with a seven-under-par 65 while Lahiri, who had an afternoon …

2014 King’s Cup Golf in Thailand to be defended by Arnond Vongvanij

Thailand’s Arnond Vongvanij believes the ‘feel-good’ factor will stand in his favour when he returns to the scene of his maiden Asian Tour victory for the King’s Cup next week. The US$500,000 Asian Tour event will be staged at the Singha Park Khon Kaen Golf Club in Khon Kaen from November 27 to 30 and is set to …

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Black Mountain Golf Club in Hua Hin will play host to the inaugural Thailand Classic from February 12-15 next year, when it will become the first event co-sanctioned between The European Tour and Asian Tour to be permanently based in Thailand. The tournament, which marks the European Tour’s return to Thailand …

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Samui, Thailand, June 5: Thai newcomer Poom Saksansin snatched a surprise clubhouse lead in the rain-hit first round of the Queen’s Cup following a superb five-under-par 66 on Thursday. The 21-year-old rookie ensured a memorable debut at the US$300,000 Asian Tour event by firing five birdies for a blemish-free …

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Samui, Thailand, May 30: In-form Arnond Vongvanij believes that patience will be the key to victory when he returns to the Queen’s Cup at the ultra-demanding Santiburi Samui Country Club next week. The Thai ace hopes to contend for the prestigious title from June 5-8 after finishing runner-up in the popular Asian …

Thailand Open has been cancelled due to ongoing political uncertainty

This year’s Thailand Open has been cancelled due to ongoing political uncertainty in the country, organisers have announced. The U.S. $1 million tournament was scheduled to take place in March at Thana City Golf & Sports Club, but was postponed at the time because of a  60-day State of Emergency declared in …