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Thailand Classic 2023 - DAY 3

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Posted by Admin 18 Feb 2023

The leaderboard seemed to have displayed the name of the Denmark player Thorbjorn Olesen who scored 8-under 64 in the third round of the tournament. He had an amazing bogey free round with three consecutive birdies on the back nine , making it a total of eight birdies in this round. The 6 times DP World tour winner moved to the first place in the leaderboard from tied-3 in the second round. 

 

 

Thorbjorn Olesen

 


The second position was shared by two players Yannik Paul and Nicolai Hojgaard hitting a total score of 16-under in all the three rounds. Denmark’s Nicolai had a superb eagle shot on 11th on the third day. 


Standing on the solo 4th position in the Thailand Classic , Joost Luiten had six birdies on the front nine. He got not so good bogey on 18th. 

 

 

Joost Luiten (left) and Dale Witnell

 


Three players tied-5 in the tournament including Dale Witnell, hitting a total score 14-under with no bogey in the round and 5 birdies in the same round. Next in the list was Jeunghun Wang from South Korea whose back nine didn’t prove to be good as he got three bogeys in his account. He was 4 strokes behind the leaderboard.

 

The list continued with Japanese player Kazuki Higa who got 4-under 68 in the third round. Hitting two bogeys and six birdies made him get in the position of top-5. 

 


Thai amateur TK Ratchanon Chantananuwat was tied-20 with a score  of 3-under 69. He got this down as he got no birdie and two consecutive bogeys on 5th and 6th. Although his back was quite good, he got 5 birdies in his account. 

 

 

TK Ratchanon Chantananuwat

 


4 times DP World Tour , Thai star Kiradech Aphibarnrat moved down to Tied-26 as he got a disastrous double bogey on the 14th. He started with a bogey on the 1st hole itself and played one-over 73 in the third round. 

 


Indian Players are not really swinging in a good shape as Manu Gandas Tied-42 and Shubhankar Sharma missed the cut in the tournament.  
 

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