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Swing Thai LPGA Masters closes the exciting scene Patcharajutar tap in birdie at hole 18 wins the championship

Patcharajutar Kongkraphan, the number 1 swing of the Thai LPGA Tour from Khon Kaen, finished the game decisively with a tap-in birdie at the last hole, before finishing the game with a total score of 18 under par 198, to grab the Fly To The Moon trophy, with prize money of 600,000 baht. Just one stroke away from Chonlada Chayanun, a swing girl from Nakhon Ratchasima, a co-sanction golf tournament between the Thai LPGA Tour and Taiwan LPGA Tour, the BGC Thailand LPGA Masters 2022, win total prize money of 4 million baht at Black Mountain Golf Club, par 72, distance 6,276 yards, Prachuap Khiri Khan province. On Friday, September 9, 2022.
Sep 11, 2022

The Thailand Ladies Professional Golf Association is supported by 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, organizes the tournament as the final match of the 2022 season, compete in stroke play for 3 days, 54 holes, during the day 7-9 September 2022, win a total prize of 4 million baht.

The Thailand Ladies Professional Golf Association is supported by 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, organizes the tournament as the final match of the 2022 season, compete in stroke play for 3 days, 54 holes, during the day 7-9 September 2022, win a total prize of 4 million baht.

The champion from Khon Kaen and the number 1 money maker of the Thai LPGA Tour this season, revealed after the race that “I'm very glad that the championship was successful because playing without stress. It follows my game image and is considered a good ending to the year because this is also my sixth championship. After this, I will prepare my body for the next competition.”

Chayanit Wangmahaphon finished the game in the final round by making 9-under-par 63 from 8 birdies, 1 bogey, and 1 eagle at hole 17, a total of three days, 15-under 201, won the 3rd championship, received a voucher worth 12,000 baht by Leonian (Thailand) Company Limited from the best daily hit award.

Mr. Kritsada Tanvilai, President of the Thailand Ladies Professional Golf Association, mentioned organizing this competition “This year is the year that the association organized the competition smoothly. Although there are still many things that need to be improved. Next year, we're planning to have more queues to add more golfers to the tour, including inviting foreign golfers to join the competition, and including negotiating with other tours to organize a co-sanction tournament to enhance the competition.”

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Summary of the Tournament

198 (-18) Patcharajutar Kongkraphan 64-68-65 (600,000 baht)

199 (-17) Chonlada Chayanun 69-63-67 (400,000 baht)

201 (-15) Chayanit Wangmahaphon 70-68-63 (300,000 baht)

204 (-12) Arpichaya Yubol 68-69-67 (240,000 baht)

205 (-11) Mukkharin Lapkrathok 72-66-67 (142,667 baht)

Chermarn Santiwiwattanapong 67-70-68 (142,667 baht)

Nimitra Chantanakhet 68-68-69 (142,667 baht)

206 (-10) Aunchisa Utama 67-72-67 (106,00 baht)

Choncheewa Wongrat 67-72-67 (106,00 baht)