2018 Semi-Final Round of 7th SINGHA-SAT: The expected dark horse

On August 2 at Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

Arpichaya Yubol

 

Guess what? You may not be surprised anymore with Arpichaya Yubol leading in last two rounds at Singha Park Khon Kaen.

Yubol did triple champ at 4th,5th, and 6th SINGHA-SAT. This might be her quadruple, and it’s a high possibility. Once again, 16 years-old player leads don’t bother to lead the opening round but straight to victory from the semi-final round. This time she creates big 3 strokes gap from Chommapat Pongthanarak, who shared fourth with her yesterday. Today she solo crowds Best of the Day (4,000 THB) by fired six under-pars 66, in total nine under-pars 135.

Quadruple-to-be reported:

“Driver shots and putts were working well. Although it’s was windy, I found it’s an exciting to challenge myself. My group members were great company too. 

Honestly, I don’t want to aim fourth consecutive champion, because I might get it on my nerve rather than the actual game. Again, in the final I will do the same, play my plan. “

As the first round leaders scattered in top ranking. Chonlada Chayanun shared fourth with Waralee Atcharerk. A stroke behind, Manuschaya Zeemakorn and Paulinee Del Rosario at fifth with Pinyada Kuvanun who remains as amateur leader.

 

Chonlada Chayanun

 

Waralee Atcharerk

 

Manuschaya Zeemakorn

 

Pinyada Kuvanun (AM)

 

RESULTS

FULL LEADERBOARD