Cejka’s day to forget

Black Mountain sponsored player Alex Cejka of Germany had a day to forget when he signed for a disappointing seven-over-par 77 to slip to a share of 57th place at the US. Open on Saturday.

After rounds of 73 and 71, Cejka continued to struggle at the demanding Pinehurst No. 2 when he marked his card with eight bogeys.

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Thongchai has a steep battle at U.S. Open

Asian Tour star Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand will be on red alert at the U.S. Open when he fired an opening three-over-par 73 to take a share of 68th place on Thursday. Thongchai, who holds an unprecedented three Asian Tour Order of Merit crowns, mixed his card with two birdies against five bogeys at Pinehurst, where Martin Kaymer of Germany leads on a 65.

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Benyapa finished in style

Benyapa is the winner of Thai LPGA Championship held at Black Mountain Golf Club, Hua Hin. Benyapa won with a comfortable margin of 10 strokes. The 16-year-old thai amateur finished her campaign in style with birdies on the last four holes.

Amazing round by Benyapa Nipatsopon

Benyapa, the thai 16-year-old, made another amazing 65 second round today on the Thai LPGA Championship held at Black Mountain Golf Club. Her spectacular round included five birdies and an eagle on the par four 17:th hole. She leads by 9 shots before final round tomorrow.

All you need is one good week

Asian Tour legend Thongchai Jaidee steps into his fourth U.S. Open appearance this week eager to stamp his mark on the Major stage. Thongchai made his Major debut at the U.S. Open in 2001, the same year he became Asia’s number one for the first time.

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BENYAPA NIPHATSOPON in the lead after round 1

BENYAPA NIPHATSOPON from Thailand is in the lead after round 1 at Thai LPGA Championship held at Black Mountain Golf Club with -7 after an amazing round including seven birdies and an eagle. The thai amateur is hunted by PITSAON CHAICHOMPOO, also an amateur from Thailand after a clean -4 round. 

Veteran Cejka earns his way to the U.S. Open

Alex Cejka of Germany earned his seventh appearance at the U.S. Open after playing through windy and cold conditions in a two-round Sectional Qualifying on Monday. The Black Mountain sponsored player posted a five-under-par 67 in the morning round at Lake Merced and continued his fine form when he completed his campaign atop the leaderboard with a sparkling 65 in the second round at the Ocean Course at the Olympic Club.

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Thongchai make swift move on world rankings

Black Mountain hero, Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand continued to make his impression on the world stage by rising swiftly up the Official World Golf Ranking to a career high of 37th place. Fresh from his memorable victory at the Nordea Masters on last Sunday, the Black Mountain sponsored star will head into next week’s U.S Open on a high.

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Jazz saves his best for last at Queen’s Cup

Black Mountain sponsored teenager Jazz Janewattananond saved his best for last when he fired a sparkling seven-under-par 64 to finish in tied-14th at the Queen’s Cup. Jazz earned the honour of firing the day’s lowest score after marking his card with nine birdies and two bogeys.

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