Thailand won all three matches against Australia in the final of the Hanwha Life Plus International Crown (total prize money of 2 million dollars) held at TPC Harding Park (par 72, 6550 yards) in California on the 8th. In the semifinals, Thailand defeated the United States 2-1, with World No. 1 Nellie Korda (25) at the forefront. This tournament, in which 32 players from 8 countries, 4 players from each country, participated in the group stage with a four-ball match (2 players from one team played with their own ball, reflecting better results), and then the semi-finals and finals with 4somes (2 players from one team played 1 ball). dogs) and single matches. Thailand won all six matches in the group stage.먹튀검증
Eriya Jutanugarn (28, 83rd in the world rankings), who ranked first in women’s golf in 2017, and her older sister Moriya (29th, 80th), and Patty Tawatanagit, who won the 2021 LPGA Tour Rookie Award. (24th, 63rd), and Ataya Titikkun (20th, 5th), who was the rookie of the year in 2022 and ranked first in the world last year, competed as a Thai representative. “It means a lot to Thai golf that we won this event,” said Tawa Thana Kit, “I am really excited about the future of Thai golf as it grows.” Korea, the champion of this tournament in 2018, had Ko Jin-young (28th, 3rd), Kim Hyo-joo (28th, 9th), Jeon In-ji (29th, 12th), and Choi Hye-jin (24th, 25th), but were eliminated in the group stage.