Phusit takes the lead solo and hopes to win the Chachoengsao Championship.

Phusit Sapapramai added another 6-under-par 64 to take a solo lead of 10-under after 36 holes, hoping to win the 2024 Singha-SAT Chachoengsao Championship at Lotus Valley.

The Professional Golf Association of Thailand is organizing the Thailand PGA Tour professional golf tournament, Singha-SAT Chachoengsao 2024 from 22 to 24 May 2024 at Lotus Valley Golf Resort, Chachoengsao Province, to compete for a total prize money of 2 million baht.

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

End of Round 2 (May 23, 2024) Fossett Sababramai had a great performance, 7 birdies, lost 1 bogey, posted a 6-under-par 64, rose to the individual lead with a 10-under-par 130. The 31-year-old, All Thailand 2023 from Ratchaburi, He has a chance to win his first PGA Championship in Thailand Tour Championship for himself after winning his first All-Thailand Championship last year

Fawcett Sababramai Revealing Today's Match “Today's overview of the first round, even on par. It's going to be boring because I'm out driving with a bad driver. Not in the lane you won't get the favorite line When I got to the second round, it looked like I had found the right way in The first time I got to the par, I didn't get in, so I came back and knocked on the door, and now it's more on the track and you give yourself a chance to make birdie putts and you make a good putt, you read the lines right, and the turning point today was on the 11th hole, par 4, over 500 yards away. He went from having to make a bogey or a par after that. It made the game go really well. The plans for tomorrow are the same as the last two days Adjusting my game a little bit, where I played to score a lot of goals because before, maybe it was a bit defensive tomorrow, play the same way I played before, hit the lane first and then hit the flag. Hopefully tomorrow will be my day.

While Thitipat Lim shared the drive on day one this round came in at a 4-under-par 66, and his two-day total was a 9-under-par 131, one stroke behind the leaders. Looking to win his first professional tournament, a 26-year-old professional player from Bangkok gave an interview about his performance today. “Today was similar to yesterday. The drive was good and the iron was able to hit it, resulting in a birdie putt at a great distance. He was good and made several birdies. Also a little bogey both of those days. In tomorrow’s match we will try to play like before. I played like The first two days, I didn't think much about it, just focus on every shot and play every shot, do your best and that's good.

For interested golf fans, you can watch the competition. Singha-SAT Chachoengsao Championship 2024 for free or watch the live broadcast of the final round on the Thailand PGA Facebook page from 11:00 am onwards.

Results of the second round of the Singa-Sat Chachoengsao Championship 2024 (Par 70)
1 Fawcett Sababrami 130 (-10)
2 Thetipat Lim 131 (-9)
3 joins Natavong Botha, Thaniyakorn Krungva 132 (-8)
5 Join Thanpisit Omsin, Therawat Kayusiripondit 133 (-7)
7 join Krichayaphon Sainchai, Pratakorn Soiasri, Aaron Lamkayo 134 (-6)
10 join Sengchai Kayocharoen, Visichai Tepong, Amarin Karaiwichyan and Chancharoen Paramethanaset 135 (-5)

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