Thailand Open (golf)

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Not to be confused with Thailand Golf Championship.
Thailand Open
Tournament information
Location  Thailand
Established 1965
Course(s) Siam Country Club
Plantation Course
Tour(s) OneAsia Tour (2010–)
Japan Golf Tour (2013–)
Asian Tour (?–2009)
Format Stroke play
Prize fund US$1,000,000
Month played June
Current champion
South Korea Kim Kyung-tae

The Thailand Open is a golf tournament held in Thailand since 1965. It was an Asian Tour event through 2009. It became part of the fledgling OneAsia Tour's schedule in 2010. Since 2013, it is co-sanctioned by the Japan Golf Tour.

Winners[edit]

Year Winner Country Score
Singha Corporation Thailand Open
2015 Kim Kyung-tae  South Korea 267 (−21)
Thailand Open
2014 Canceled[1]
2013 Prayad Marksaeng  Thailand 264 (−24)
2012 Chris Wood  England 265 (−23)
2011 Andre Stolz  Australia 266 (−22)
2010 Liang Wen-Chong  China 270 (−18)
Singha Thailand Open
2009 Jyoti Randhawa  India 263 (−17)
2006–08 No tournament
Thai Airways International Thailand Open
2005 Richard Lee  New Zealand 279 (−9)PO
Thailand Open
2004 Boonchu Ruangkit  Thailand 270 (−18)
2003 Edward Loar  United States 269 (−19)
2001–02 No tournament
2000 Des Terblanche  South Africa
1999 Fran Quinn  United States
1998 James Kingston  South Africa
1997 Christian Chernock  United States
1996 Todd Barranger  United States
1995 Todd Hamilton  United States
1994 Brandt Jobe  United States
1993 Craig Mann  United States
1992 Boonchu Ruangkit  Thailand
1991 Suthep Meesawat  Thailand
1990 Lu Wen-teh  Taiwan
1989 Brian Claar  United States
1988 Jeff Senior  Australia
1987 Chen Tze-ming  Taiwan
1986 Ho Ming-chung  Taiwan
1985 Bill Israelson  United States
1984 Lu Chien-soon  Taiwan
1983 Chen Tze-ming  Taiwan
1982 Hsu Sheng-san  Taiwan
1981 Tom Sieckmann  United States
1980 Lu His-chuen  Taiwan
1979 Mike Krantz  United States
1978 Hsu Sheng-san  Taiwan
1977 Yurio Akitomi  Japan
1976 Ben Arda  Philippines
1975 Howard Twitty  United States
1974 Tohihiro Hitomi  Japan
1973 Graham Marsh  Australia
1972 Hsieh Min-nan  Taiwan
1971 Lu Liang-huan  Taiwan
1970 David Graham  Australia
1969 Hsieh Yung-yo  Taiwan
1968 Randall Vines  Australia
1967 Tomoo Ishii  Japan
1966 Tadashi Kitta  Japan
1965 Hsieh Yung-yo  Taiwan

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Thailand Open taken off 2014 schedule". OneAsia. 19 May 2014. 

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