Jazz Janewattananond of Thailand and Sweden’s Rikard Karlberg share a common goal this week – win the US$1.5 million The Championship. The Black Mountain sponsored duo endured mixed fortunes in Indonesia last week as Hua Hin native Jazz enjoyed a tied fifth result while Karlberg uncharacteristically missed the halfway cut.
Thongchai Jaidee and Jazz Janewattananond, the current and future stars of golf, enjoyed a strong finish at the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters on Sunday. Thongchai posted the day’s low round eight-under-par 64 while Jazz shot a 67 as they ended their campaign in tied fifth on 14-under-par 274 at the US$750,000 Asian Tour event. Read more
Black Mountain sponsored players Jazz Janewattananond and Berry Henson of the United States got off to solid starts in the opening round of the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters on Thursday.
April 23: It has been an amazing two weeks for Black Mountain sponsored players Rikard Karlberg of Sweden and Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand.
April 20: Black Mountain sponsored player Rikard Karlberg of Sweden enjoyed a tied-fifth finish after he signed off his campaign at the Maybank Malaysian Open with a two-under-par 70.
April 19: Sweden’s Rikard Karlberg will be ready to capitalise on any slip-ups by third round leader Lee Westwood as he trails the Englishman by six shots in tied-fifth place going into the final day of the Maybank Malaysian Open. Read more
April 18: Sweden’s Rikard Karlberg made up grounds at the Maybank Malaysian Open when he posted a flawless three-under-par 69 to take a share of 18th place with his two-day total of three-under-par 141. Read more
A trio of Black Mountain sponsored players that include Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee, Sweden’s Rikard Karlberg and American Berry Henson opened their accounts at the Maybank Malaysian Open with similar even-par 72s.
Black Mountain sponsored player Berry Henson of the United States is hopeful of securing his second Asian Tour win when he embarks on a three-week competitive route to Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore.
Black Mountain sponsored player Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand did what no other Thais could not do at the Masters. Read more