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Maintaining his spot after the third round, Denmark’s player Thorbjorn Olesen was standing on the top of the leaderboard with a total score of 24-under (67-67-64-66) winning prize money of €319,738.38
Winner Thorbjorn Olesen
German golfer Yannik Paul hit a total score of 20-under (65, 69, 66, 68) who got prize money of €206,889.54 by standing at the solo second place in Thailand Classic 2023 which took place at the Amata Spring CC.
Runner up Yannik Paul
Germany showcasing its talent in Bangkok has another player in top-3 , Alexander Knappe who shot a total of under-18 winning €106,265.99 as prize money.
Tied-3, stood Joost Luiten who had a total score of 18-under got 2 birdies on the front nine and 3 birdies on the back nine making him score 3-under 69 in the final round. This Netherlands player has a total of 6 tour wins in his career and in the Thailand Classic 2023 he won €106,265.99
Following Joost there were three players who tied-5 in the tournament at Amata Springs Country Club. The name includes Rafa Bello, Nicolai Hojgaard and Antoine Rozner who all won €67,333.14 respectively hitting a total score of 17-under.
Rafa hit 4-under 68 while Nicolie played a total of 71-under. He got disastrous double bogey on the 16th in the fouth round, whereas Rozner had the lowest among the above two as he played 6-Under 66 on the final day of the tournament in Bangkok.
Standing at the solo 8th position, Jeunghun Wang from South Korea who already has 3 DP wins played not so good in the front nine as he got 2 eagles on the 2nd and on 5th whereas his back nine was shot well with 5 birdies as he scored a total of 16-under (68,67,67,70). He took home a prize money of €47,020.35
One score behind Wang there were two players who tied at the 9th position with a total score of 15-under, Dale Whitnell and Fabrizio Zanotti, both won €39,873.26 respectively.
Dale played 1-under 71 in his final round hitting 3 birdies and 2 eagles in the same round while Zanotti got 2 eagles on the 4th and one on the 8th. He got 3 birdies on the back nine.
No Thai player could make it to the top-10 list. Thailand’s Amateur T.K Ratchanon played one over 73 in the final round where he got 2 double bogeys on the 16th & 17th, this made him stand at 38th position. Another Thai player Ekpharit WU tied 46. Thai star Kiradech Aphibarnrat tied 70 with a total score of 7 over
Indian star Manu Gandas tied-28 winning €16,739.24. 26 years old, Gandas played well in the final round as he hit 4 birdies on the front nine playing 4-under 68 on the final day of the tournament.
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