“Somprach, Thanarat, Phakorn” opened the match 68 and shared the lead with TDT Kanchanaburi.

Somprach Ratanasuwan, Tanarat Srisataporn and Phakorn Nyamsaeng shot 4-under 68 to share the lead after the first day. SingaSat TDT Kanchanaburi 2024

The Professional Golf Association of Thailand is organizing the Thailand Professional Golf Championship, Singha-SAT TDT Kanchanaburi 2024, from 30 to 31 May 2024 at Blue Sapphire Golf & Resort, Kanchanaburi, course 7,030 yards, par 72, total prize money 1 million baht.

The Thailand Development Tour Professional Golf Championship is supported by major sponsors Singa 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 two rounds of stroke play or 36 holes. There is no cut for the top 50 players and a tie wins the money

At the end of the first round, Somprach Ratanasawan, Tanarath Srisathaporn and Phakorn Nyamsaeng got off to a flying start, shooting a 4-under 68 to share the lead, with Myanmar's Kyaw Thet Oo one stroke behind. As for Sombrach and Thanarat, they have each won one TDT tournament, with Sombrach, a 31-year-old professional from Songkhla, winning his first tournament at the venue in 2017, while Thanarat, a 23-year-old young professional, won his championship. First tournament at Evergreen in 2020 for Phakorn Niamsaeng, a 27-year-old pro who turned pro in 2022 and has a chance to open his first tournament for himself. The champion of this event will receive a prize money of 100,000 baht and the player with the best final score will receive a prize of 10,000 baht.

Sompracha Rattanasuwan reveals today's work. “Today's match was very good. And he makes a good serve today being able to get in and make a lot of birdie putts. And today I was very lucky, some holes were saved away and fell. It makes for a good match today. It's very difficult to serve here if you get to the woods, It will probably be difficult to get out. The field is very good tomorrow, follow the original plan, stay on your own game, and try to control yourself well.”

Thanarath Srisattaporn reveals today's work. “Today was a good match with a lot of serves and the shots were not good. But the putt is very good. The field is very difficult. The point of the flag is very difficult, but today's serve was very good, so it gave me a chance to get closer to the flag more easily, so I was able to make birdies.” Today I made a good save and then we play the same game.”

Phakorn Niamsaeng reveals today's work. “Today the score came in under 4 overall, and today he hit a lot of fairways. Makes it possible to choose which shot you want to play when approaching the green. He can hit from close range and get a lot of putts into the birdie area. Probably Tomorrow's match follows the same plan as before. Don't put too much pressure on yourself and don't over-defend.”

For interested golf fans, you can watch the competition. Singha-SAT TDT Kanchanaburi 2024 for free or watch the live stream of the final round on the Thailand PGA Facebook page.

SingaSat TDT Kanchanaburi 2024 Round 1 Results (Par 72)
1 joins Somprat Rattanasuwan, Thanarat Srisathaporn, Phakorn Niamsaeng 68 (-4)
4 Kyaw Thet Oo of Myanmar 69 (-3)
5 together Kritapas Ratanaprasatphon, Wirachai Uniang, Prin Songsri, Kunthanat Panadorn, Yusakorn Sophopak 70 (-2)
10 with Atmadit Sreuthaisiriwong, Sornwet Kerdsinchai, Natapat Kayovipun, Kwanchai Kungthawi and Runchai Chamnong 71 (-1)

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