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  • Thai LPGA co-sanction Taiwan end of the season Black Mountain Golf Club, On 7-9 September

Thai LPGA co-sanction Taiwan end of the season Black Mountain Golf Club, On 7-9 September

The Thailand Ladies Professional Golf Association, the organizers of the Thailand LPGA Tour, held a press conference to organize the BGC Thailand LPGA Masters, ending the 2022 season with a grand tournament. as well as being a co-sanction match with TLPGA or The LPGA of Taiwan, winning total prize money of 4 million baht at Black Mountain Golf Club, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, at Black Mountain Golf Club, Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, On 7-9 September 2022, with a total of 120 Thai and foreign female golfers joining the competition.
Sep 11, 2022

The event was honored by Mr. Krisada Tanvilai, President of the Thailand Ladies Professional Golf Association, presided over the press conference and Mr. Prayad Nakkeaw, Director of the Sports Authority of Thailand Prachuap Khiri Khan Province and Mr. Harald Elisson, General Manager of Black Mountain Golf Club. Which the media attended the press conference, before the start of the event, there were a VTR from Mr. Silparat Wattanakaset, Chief Executive Officer of BG Container Glass Public Company Limited and Miss Lui Yi-Chen, President of the Taiwan Ladies Professional Golf Association, mentioned cooperation with the association this time at the Club House, Black Mountain Golf Club, Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. On Friday, September 2, 2022.

The Thailand Ladies Professional Golf Association, cooperate with The Sports Authority of Thailand, National Sports Development Fund, BG Container Glass Public Company Limited, Boon Rawd Trading Company Limited, Muang Thai Insurance Public Company Limited, Leonian (Thailand) Company Limited, Nikon Sales Thailand Company Limited, the Black Mountain Golf Club, competing in stroke play, 3 day, 54 holes, On 7-9 September 2022, win total prize money of 4 million baht, after the end of 36 holes, cut the golfers at Top 50 and ties to play in the final round. The champion receives a prize of 600,000 baht, and there are special prizes for hole-in-one golfers in the tournament round at Hole 11 Par 3, a Voucher prize worth 80,000 baht from Tapana Liveaboard Company Limited and at Hole 14, Par 3, the prize money of 100,000 baht from BGC.

Mr. Krisada Tanvilai, revealed that the organization of this competition “Thai LPGA has organized 9 consecutive tournaments in this year, and the BGC Thailand LPGA Masters is the race end of the 2022 season. I'm glad to organized co-sanction tournament again, after the Covid-19 situation has eased, but we remain strict in preventive measures as before. This year, we have received cooperation from Taiwan LPGA to send athletes to participate in the competition. The Thai LPGA is ready to enhance the competition in all aspects such as the field, field preparation, the team of judges, and many others to prepare Thai athletes to go international. Our members have made many international works. We still have to continue to develop female golfers”.

In addition to this program, we also have an activity to compete in the "Pro-Am" round, on September 6 (shotgun start time 12:30) at the same time from 4:30 PM. - 6:00 PM. There are golf clinic activities for youngsters who are interested in participating, and on September 9 at Hole 11 Par 3, there will be a Beat The Pro activity for the kids.

The order of eligibility for golfers participating in this tournament includes the Thailand Ladies Masters Champion, granted a three-year exemption after winning, The Thai LPGA Tour Order of Merit champion receives a two-year exemption after winning, the champion in the tournament of the Thai LPGA Tour 2022, players who are eligible for special exemptions (16 people), 61 golfers from Taiwan LPGA and ALPG (Australia) and foreign golfers, golfers ranked 30th and tied in the Order of Merit Thai LPGA Tour 2022, (after the end of the Thai LPGA Championship, field 8), a golfer representing the Thai national team and a golfer who finished 31st or higher in the Thai LPGA Tour Order of Merit 2022, (after the end of the Thai LPGA Championship, field 8)

Leading female pros participating in the competition include Pro patchutar Kongkraphan, a 30-year-old golfer from Khon Kaen, the latest two-course championship degree from this season and the number 1 in making cumulative prize money. Pro chonlada Chayanan, a 29-year-old female golfer from Nakhon Ratchasima, the 3rd in making cumulative prize money. Two girls from Lopburi, Anchisa Utama, 4th hand swing and Saraphon Chamchoi, 5th hand swing of the tour join the competition with female golfers from Taiwan LPGA Tour and guest golfers from Australia's ALPG.