“Pro Jean” Atthaya Thitikul is still ranked 4th in the women’s golf world cumulative rankings. Before the Honda LPGA Thailand 2023 Golf Tournament
Announcing the latest weekly women’s golf world rankings. As of Monday 6 January 2023, the top 23 has not changed with New Zealand’s Lydia Ko maintaining the lead, followed by USA’s Nellie Korda second, Australia’s E Minjee third and “Pro China” Atthaya Thitikul ranked 4th respectively
Other Thai golfers: “Pro Meow” Papangkorn Tawatchanakit, ranked 62nd, “Promo” Moriya Jutanugarn, ranked 75th, “Pro Mae” Ariya Jutanugarn, ranked 78th.
Honda LPGA Thailand 2023, ready to open the PPTV swing duel, shoot live
“Pro SIM” Nattakritta qualified for Honda LPGA 2023
“Pro Meo” Pajaree Anannarukarn, ranked 85th, “Pro Waen” Pornanong Phetlum, ranked 109th, “Projan” Wichanee Meechai, ranked 125th, Jasmine Suwannapura ranked 167th, “Prowan” Charawee Boonchan ranks 235
“Pro Proud” Chanettie Wansaen ranked 370, “Pro Prin” Pawarisa raised rank 423, “Pro Piano” Apichaya raised rank 480 and “Pro Sim” Natthakritta Wongthaweelap. Rank 577
For the Honda LPGA Thailand 2023 golf battle, which has entered its 16th year, will compete between 23-26 February 2023 at Siam Country Club, Old Course, Chonburi Province. Increased to 1.7 million US dollars (approximately 62 million baht) along with a special award from Honda. For the first hole-in-one on the 16th hole, a Honda Accord e:HEV model e:HEV TECH, worth 1,799,000 baht.
While 11 Thai golfers participated in this program, the same as last year, in addition to “Pro Jean” Atthaya, a 19-year-old pro who won the 2022 Rookie of the Year award and the youngest Thai golfer at world number one There is also Meow-Pajaree Anannarukarn, Patty-Paphankorn Thawatthanakit, along with two beloved Thai brothers and sisters, Mo-Moriya and Mae-Ariya Jutanugarn Waen-Phananong Petlum, including guest golfers Jae Wichanee Meechai Wan Jaravee Boonchan Proud Chanetti Wannasaen Piano Arpichaya Yubol and Sim Natkritta Wongtaweelap Champion from the Honda LPGA Thailand 2023 National Qualifiers.
Thai sports fans And golf fans can follow live broadcasts via PPTV HD, Channel 36, throughout the 4 days of the tournament. online platform //www.pptvhd36.com Including Facebook, YouTube and the application of the station.