2018 Final Round of 4th THAILPGA-SAT: Cannot be tamed! Yubol captures her very first victory

On May 3 at Hua Hin, Prajuab Kirikhan province, Thailand

Arpichaya Yubol, the professional winner

Keeping her victory as clean as possible, Arpichaya Yubol close the tournament by fires even lower score at six under-pars 66 (33-33) at Royal Hua Hin Golf Course. 

This marks as her very first career after turn professional on her 16th birthday (Her birthday:3 May 2002 )! She’s not only getting better and better, but also goes double through 3 round: 36-36, 35-35, then 33-33. Today, Saraburi-native spares no bogie and hits 6 birdies! Sharing with no one, just-16-years-old girl also get Best of the Day prize (4,000 THB).

Arpichaya Yubol, the professional winner

“I got the best mentor with me, my little brother. Because of him, I maintained relaxation and focus. That’s why I presents this prize to him and donates 20,000 THB to my former school. I think I know this course better, so I scores better today.”

“I would like to thanks all the sponsors, this beautiful course, and every staff that organize the tournament. Lastly to my beloved family.”

Arpichaya Yubol, the professional winner

At the same manner, the runner-up is Chakansim Khamborn who maintains within top 3 throughout the match. She finished with an even-pars 216. And the Hottest Putter goes to Pinrath Loomboonruang with average 26.33 putts. She scores eight over-pars 224 and tied at twelfth.


Chakansim Khamborn


Hottest Putter: Pinrath Loomboonruang


On the other hands, Napabhach Boon In stays top among amateurs by jump further up from eighth to fifth with four over-pars 220.

Napabhach Boon In, the amateur winner



Hole by hole




Arpichaya Yubol, the professional winner and Napabhach Boon In, the amateur winner


Upcoming tournament: 5th SINGHA-SAT will be held on June 6 to 8 at Rayong Green Valley Country Club (Rayong, Thailand).