On March 17 to 19 at Tutong Hwy, Brunei
Hong Ran captures her fourth win as her compatriots dominate the top 10 at the Empire Hotel and Country Club course.
‘Hong Ran earned her first victory since 2010 on Monday when the South Korean golfer won the inaugural Brunei Ladies Open title after going wire-to-wire for a five stroke win.
The 31-year-old closed with a bogey-free round of seven-under 64, the same score she posted in the opening round, to finish on 18-under par for the tournament.[…]
“I am so happy to win a KLPGA tournament, it has been eight years. My conditioning was the best in the past three days, so good conditioning is the main reason that I won this tournament. When I made a long putt at the 12th hole I felt like I will win the tournament,” Hong said.
Hong said the tournament win gives her a lot of confidence and that she looks forward to being more competitive in the rest of the season.’
On the other hand, 2 Thai players manage to place along with South Koreans. Supamas Sangchan finished at solo sixth with eleven under-par 202. At joint ninth, Pavarisa Yoktuan and another 4 South Koreans fire nine under-par 204.
‘Thailand’s Supamas Sangchan closed with her best round of the week, a five-under 66, to finish sixth at 11-under par, the best finish among the CLPGA Tour regulars. Fellow Thai, Pavarisa Yoktuan (66) was two strokes further back in ninth.’