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Patcharajutar, start leading before minus 5 . Central Group Thai LPGA at The Vintage Club

Patcharajutar Kongkraphan, from Khon Kaen. Still showing the form of the 1st hand in the tour, starts the game, 5 under par 67, leading the women's professional golf singles. Central Group 8th Thai LPGA Championship 2022, wins total prize money of 1.2 million baht, with Pattawadee Kittikanok, a girl from Chiang Mai, and Kusuma Meechai from Prachinburi, scored 1 stroke behind, competing at The Vintage Club, par 72, distance 6,498 yards, Samut Prakan Province. The first round ended on Wednesday, August 3, 2022. Thailand Ladies Professional Golf Association is supported by Sports Authority of Thailand, National Sports Development Fund, Muang Thai Insurance Public Company Limited, BG Container Glass Public Company Limited, Pathumthani Glass Industry Company Limited, Boon Rawd Trading Company Limited, Leonian (Thailand) Company Limited, Nikon Sales Thailand Company Limited, and The Vintage Club. Collect points for the Thai LPGA Tour Order of Merit, in the 8th field of this year, according to the 2022 competition program under the anti-virus measurements of Covid-19. Compete in stroke play for 3 days, 54 holes, during the day 3-5 August 2022, finished the match with 36 holes, cut the golfers at Top 50 and ties (excluding amateur golfers). Enter the round to win prize money, the champion receives 156,000 baht and the only trophy in the world Steps of Winners from the glass-blowing art of artists by BG Glass Studio. On Wednesday, August 3, 2022, in the first round of competition, Pro Plai Patcharasutha Kongkraphan, from Khon Kaen, 30 years old. She is placed in the 1st rank making the cumulative prize money in order of Merit this Season. She is also the favorite in the program, and everyone is watching her with hot results before entering the field. She has played this program with three consecutive wins already. Played on 10 holes with a birdie. followed by putt to collect 2 birdies at holes 13 and 14 in the 9th round after making holes 4 and 9. Finished with a score of 5 under par 67, and no bogey. Patcharajutar, at the age of 30, won the title three weeks in a row from two Thai Women's Tour events, and one successful event on the Thai LPGA Tour. In July at Springfield Royal Country Club, Cha-am District, Phetchaburi and is winning the championship Thai LPGA Tour, the second item in The Vintage Club golf course this week, revealed that the game of this round "From winning successively, I have the confidence to play approach shots and hit the green at the flag position more than usual. I play like I am practicing; the game seems to flow so there's no pressure. I try to concentrate on every shot. This course is challenging on a certain level. Today in the 9th hole after the wind started, I became more careful." Pro Khaopod Patamawadee Kittikanok, the 18-year-old golfer from Chiang Mai, made 7 birdies, 3 bogeys, scored 4 under par 68, finishing second with Pro Kluay Kusuma Meechai, a 27-year-old golfer from Prachinburi that this round made 6 birdies, 2 bogies by Pattamawadee, revealing about playing that “Today's shot on the green is doing well. So, there is a chance to score a lot, but losing 3 bogey holes is because the tee shots are not good, including making 3 putts with one hole. I like this course because it matches my playing style.” The score group is 3 under par 69, there are 5 of them, consisting of Benyapa Niphatsophon, Wanchana Phoruengrong, Chanokphisut Charoenpattanasathit, Parinda Phokan, and Chayanit Wangmahaphon. Ranked 4th together, while "Nong Fourth" Saranporn Ketsuwan is the best swing amateur scorer at 2 under par 70. Ranked 9th with Wad Phaewchimplee, Sasikan Somboonsap, Chonlada Chayanan, Kultida Prahamphan, and Choncheewa Wongsarat. ---------------------------- Conclusion 67 (-5) Patcharajutar Kongkraphan 68 (-4) Pattamawadee Kittikanok, Kusuma Meechai 69 (-3) Benyapa Niphatsophon, Wanchana Phorueangrong, Chanokphisut Charoenphatthanasat, Parinda Phokan, Chayanit Wangmahaporn 70 (-2) Saranporn Ketsuwan (Amateur), Wad Phaewchimplee, Sasikan Somboonsap, Chonlada Chayanun, Kultida Prahamphan and Choncheewa Wongsarat
Aug 4, 2022

Thailand Ladies Professional Golf Association is supported by Sports Authority of Thailand, National Sports Development Fund, Muang Thai Insurance Public Company Limited, BG Container Glass Public Company Limited, Pathumthani Glass Industry Company Limited, Boon Rawd Trading Company Limited, Leonian (Thailand) Company Limited, Nikon Sales Thailand Company Limited, and The Vintage Club. Collect points for the Thai LPGA Tour Order of Merit, in the 8th field of this year, according to the 2022 competition program under the anti-virus measurements of Covid-19. Compete in stroke play for 3 days, 54 holes, during the day 3-5 August 2022, finished the match with 36 holes, cut the golfers at Top 50 and ties (excluding amateur golfers). Enter the round to win prize money, the champion receives 156,000 baht and the only trophy in the world Steps of Winners from the glass-blowing art of artists by BG Glass Studio.

On Wednesday, August 3, 2022, in the first round of competition, Pro Plai Patcharasutha Kongkraphan, from Khon Kaen, 30 years old. She is placed in the 1st rank making the cumulative prize money in order of Merit this Season. She is also the favorite in the program, and everyone is watching her with hot results before entering the field. She has played this program with three consecutive wins already. Played on 10 holes with a birdie. followed by putt to collect 2 birdies at holes 13 and 14 in the 9th round after making holes 4 and 9. Finished with a score of 5 under par 67, and no bogey. Patcharajutar, at the age of 30, won the title three weeks in a row from two Thai Women's Tour events, and one successful event on the Thai LPGA Tour. In July at Springfield Royal Country Club, Cha-am District, Phetchaburi and is winning the championship Thai LPGA Tour, the second item in The Vintage Club golf course this week, revealed that the game of this round "From winning successively, I have the confidence to play approach shots and hit the green at the flag position more than usual. I play like I am practicing; the game seems to flow so there's no pressure. I try to concentrate on every shot. This course is challenging on a certain level. Today in the 9th hole after the wind started, I became more careful."

Pro Khaopod Patamawadee Kittikanok, the 18-year-old golfer from Chiang Mai, made 7 birdies, 3 bogeys, scored 4 under par 68, finishing second with Pro Kluay Kusuma Meechai, a 27-year-old golfer from Prachinburi that this round made 6 birdies, 2 bogies by Pattamawadee, revealing about playing that “Today's shot on the green is doing well. So, there is a chance to score a lot, but losing 3 bogey holes is because the tee shots are not good, including making 3 putts with one hole. I like this course because it matches my playing style.”

The score group is 3 under par 69, there are 5 of them, consisting of Benyapa Niphatsophon, Wanchana Phoruengrong, Chanokphisut Charoenpattanasathit, Parinda Phokan, and Chayanit Wangmahaphon. Ranked 4th together, while "Nong Fourth" Saranporn Ketsuwan is the best swing amateur scorer at 2 under par 70. Ranked 9th with Wad Phaewchimplee, Sasikan Somboonsap, Chonlada Chayanan, Kultida Prahamphan, and Choncheewa Wongsarat.

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Conclusion

67 (-5) Patcharajutar Kongkraphan

68 (-4) Pattamawadee Kittikanok, Kusuma Meechai

69 (-3) Benyapa Niphatsophon, Wanchana Phorueangrong, Chanokphisut Charoenphatthanasat, Parinda Phokan, Chayanit Wangmahaporn

70 (-2) Saranporn Ketsuwan (Amateur), Wad Phaewchimplee, Sasikan Somboonsap, Chonlada Chayanun, Kultida Prahamphan and Choncheewa Wongsarat