Prayad Marksaeng shines in Senior PGA

This year’s SMBC Singapore Open champion Prayad Marksaeng, undeterred by playing alongside many of the game’s greatest ever players, recorded an impressive joint 11th place in the Senior PGA Championship in the United States at the weekend. The 51-year-old fired rounds of 70, 69, 70 and 73 to finish six-under-par and earn a cheque for US$62,210. It was his first start of the season on the Champions Tour. Germany’s Bernhard Langer won the event finishing 18 under par, while...

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Just wow. Jordan Spieth holed his bunker shot on the first hole of a playoff with Daniel Berger to win the Travelers Championship on the PGA Tour.
American Spieth, who wowed fans at the 2016 SMBC Singapore Open where he finished runner up, sent the crowd wild by holing out from 60 feet.
With the victory Spieth, just 23, joined Tiger Woods as the only players in the modern era with 10 victories before aged 24. Woods had 15 victories ahead of his 24th birthday.
Spieth led wire-to-wire at TPC River Highlands, holding a one-stroke edge after each of the first three rounds. He closed with an even-par 70 to match Berger -- who birdied three of the final six holes for a 67 -- at 12-under 268.
Berger missed a 50-foot putt from off the 18th green left that would have forced a second playoff hole.
On the other side of the Atlantic, Spain’s Sergio Garcia finished joint second at the BMW International Open on the European Tour.
The Masters champion, who kicked off his year with an 11th place finish at the SMBC Singapore Open, finished a stroke behind Argentine Andres Romero. #SingOpen #TravelersChampionship #BMWInternationalOpen
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The remarkable Prayad Marksaeng again showed this week in Thailand that age is no barrier to talent and fitness.
On the back of two successes on the Japan Senior Tour, this year’s SMBC Singapore Open champion placed joint sixth in the Queen’s Cup over the hilly Santiburi course known as the ‘beast of Samui’.
The 51 year old Prayad finished six strokes behind winner Nicholas Fung of Malaysia who picked up his first Asian Tour title. Fung was 28th in January’s SMBC Singapore Open.
Filipino Juvic Pagunsan, joint runner up at the SMBC Singapore Open, closed with a 69 to finish in fourth spot.
Thai young gun Jazz Janewattananond, equal 11th at the 2016 Singapore Open, finished second, a shot adrift of Fung. #SingOpen #QueensCup
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Australia’s Adam Scott is a three-time winner of the Singapore Open and has an unrivalled record in the tournament. Good luck to him this week as he strives to show that kind of peerless form in the 117th U.S. Open Championship at Erin Hills, Wisconsin. #SingOpen #USOpen ... See MoreSee Less

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Masters champion Sergio Garcia, former world number one Jordan Spieth, Japanese stars Hideto Tanihara, Yuta Ikeda, Shugo Imahira, Satoshi Kodaira and Yusaku Miyazato, Ben An and Wang Jeunghun of Korea Republic and Sweden's Daniel Chopra have featured in the SMBC Singapore Open over the past two years. How will they fare at this week's 117th U.S. Open Championship at Erin Hills, Wisconsin. #SingOpen #USOpen ... See MoreSee Less

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Thailand’s Prayad Marksaeng is one of the hottest players on planet golf right now. This year’s SMBC Singapore Open champion recorded his sixth victory on the Japan Senior Tour at the Starts Senior Golf Tournament in Ibaraki on Sunday.
It was his second title in as many weeks following his win at the Sumaiida Cup Senior Golf Championship last weekend.
The 51 year old birdied the final hole for a final-round 68 and a one-stroke triumph that cemented his position at the top of the the Japan Senior Tour moneylist.
In January, Prayad eclipsed his younger rivals with a final round four-under-par 67 to lift his 10th Asian Tour title at the SMBC Singapore Open and secure a spot in next month’s The Open Championship at Royal Birkdale. #SingOpen
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