Thongchai survives The Masters cut

Thai ace Thongchai Jaidee broke par for the first time at Augusta National Golf Club with a solid two-under-par 70 to make the cut at The Masters Tournament on Friday. The Black Mountain sponsored player recovered from an opening 75 to finish the day in tied 33rd place on one-over-par 145.

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Thongchai ready for Masters mission

After taking much needed rest, Thonchai Jaidee is ready to launch a worthy challenge at the Masters Tournament which starts on Thursday. The 45-year-old Asian Tour star hopes a month-long break from tournament play ahead of the season’s first Major championship will ignite his game at Augusta National Golf Club.

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Cejka finishes T11 in the US

German veteran Alex Cejka capped a memorable week in the United States by wrapping up his campaign at the Shell Houston Open with a tied-11th finish on Sunday.

The 45-year-old Black Mountain sponsored player, who won his first PGA TOUR title in Puetro Rico last month, closed with one-under-par 71 at the US$6.6 million event which was won by American J.B. Holmes.

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Cejka wins first PGA TOUR title

Alex Cejka of German won his first PGA TOUR title at the Puerto Rico Open after making a 15-foot birdie on the first hole in a five-man play-off. The Black Mountain sponsored player finished with a three-under-par 69 for a seven-under-par 281 total which was matched by Emiliano Grillo, Tim Petrovic, Jon Curran and Sam Saunders in regulation play.

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Karlberg’s blog: I’m getting married!

Black Mountain sponsored star Rikard Karlberg will shed his bachelor tag immediately after the True Thailand Classic presented by Black Mountain. The US$2million event takes place next week but Karlberg is looking forward to another positive result at the Black Mountain Golf Club where he has enjoyed much success first.

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Prom’s blog: Patience is key

Thailand’s Prom Meesawat opened his campaign at the Maybank Malaysian Open with a promising four-under-par 68. That left him trailing the co-leaders Lee Westwood and Graeme McDowell by two shots in tied-sixth place.

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