“Promyo” Pajaree Anannarukarn, a young Thai rising star Prominently won the first professional LPGA golf championship. The ISPS Handa World Invitational. Follow the news, press follow, live news.
Women’s LPGA Tour 2021 season, ISPS Handa World Invitational, at Galgorm Castle Golf Club, Northern Ireland on August 1st. c. It is the last day of the swinging duel.
The result showed that “Pro Mio” Pajaree Anannarukarn LPGA golf championship. A favorite of Thai people, hit 3 more under par 70. Total score for 4 days, 16 under par 275, equal to Emma Talley from the United States. Causing them to decide the championship by playing off
And is a 22-year-old “promyo”, keeping par. Resulting in the referee winning the list to dominate and was the first LPGA champion in his career. Receiving $225,000 in prize money (approximately 7.11 million baht).
In addition, Pajaree became the fifth Thai female golfer to win a professional LPGA title. After Ariya Jutanugarn, Moriya Jutanugarn. Thidapa Suwannapura and Papangkorn Thawat. Banking
As for the work of other Thai golfers. “Pro Chin” Atthaya Thitikul made 3 under par 70. Total score of 13 under par 278. End in 4th place, “Pro Jan” Wichamanee had a total score of 11 under par 280. End in 8th place together and “Pro Waen” Pornanong Petchlam hit over 1, over par 74, total score of 6, over par 285, finished in 30th place.