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Ratchaphon, Ye Thiat Aung leads by 9 points in Hua Hin Battle Royal Centennial Golf Tour Round 2.

Ratchaphon, Ye Thiat Aung leads by 9 points in Hua Hin Battle Royal Centennial Golf Tour Round 2.

Ratchavun Chantwara showed good form, making 9 birdies in 9 consecutive holes and his score rose to join the leaders with Myanmar’s Ye Thet Aung two days later with a score of 9 under par 135. The battle of ” Singha-A”. Sat Hua Hin 100th Anniversary Tour “Sorawit, Chanat, Kosuke, Peradun in one shot.

The Professional Golf Association of Thailand organized the Thailand PGA Tour Professional Golf Championship, the fifth event of the year, the Singha-SAT Hua Hin Centennial Championship, from June 26 to 28, 2024, at the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course, 6,628 meters, par . 72, with a total prize of 3 million baht.

The PGA Tour Thailand Professional Golf Championship is supported by title sponsors Singha Corporation, the Sports Authority of Thailand and the National Sports Development Fund. Associate sponsors Singha Drinking Water, About Grass, EGA, Udompanich, Leborn and Dogfight Golf compete in stroke play, 3 rounds or 54 holes, cut of 60 and tie.

After completing the second round on June 27, professional Ratchavon Chantwara, 37, showed good form, making 10 birdies and giving up one bogey, making nine straight birdies on holes 7-15. The score jumped and the leader was joined by Myanmar’s Ye Thet Aung, the Thai PGA Tour champion at Nakhon Ratchasima in 2023, with a score of 9-under par 135, with Sornwit Kirdsinschai, Chanat Sakolphon and Kosuke Hamamoto leading the day. Peradon Paniyathanasith is one shot behind at 8-under 136, tied for third.

While Hua Hin’s local professional, who joined the match to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course, Pro Phrom Meesawat tied for seventh with a 7-under 137, “ Pro Mai” was economical. Maksaeng added a 5-under, 6-under 138 to tie for 11th, and was joined by “Pro Max” Kwanchai Tannil, who tied for third with a 2-under 142, at tied for 39th place.

Pawin Engkapradit, the tour No. 1 at the top of the 2024 PGA Tour Thailand money list, shot 2-over par with a two-under 142 to tie for 39th, while Chancharoen Paramithanasit, owner of the Thailand PGA Tour Championship, the most recent of which was In Kanchanaburi, a 5-under par 139, tied for 18th, which this time eliminated the player with an even score of 144.

For interested golfers, you can watch the competition. Singha-SAT Hua Hin Centenary Championship for free or watch the live stream of the final round on the Thailand PGA Facebook page.

The results of the second round of the “Singa-sat Hua Hin Centenary Championship” 72nd par.
1 accession (-9) 135 Ratchavun Chantwara 72-63, Ye Htet Aung 66-69
3 unions (-8) 136 Sornuit Kerdsenchai 68-68, Janat Sakulphonpaisarn 70-66, Kosuke Hamamoto 64-72, Peradon Paniyathanast 65-71
7 unions (-7) 137 Niran Sai Aung 70-67, Warit Manthorn 68-69, Kamlas Namuangrak 68-69, Phrom Misawat 65-72