Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond capped a memorable week in Malaysia with a tied-ninth finish at the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters.
Newly-crowned Yeangder TPC champion Prom Meesawat of Thailand is inspired to challenge for more glory when he heads to Hong Kong for the Hong Kong Open next month
Black Mountain sponsored player Jazz Janewattananond got off to a flyer when he birdied holes 12 and 16 to reach the turn in 33 in the first round of the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters on Thursday. His title charge then slowed down after he traded two bogeys against another birdie on his homeward-run to settle for an opening one-under-par 70.
After missing out of his place at the recent Omega European Masters in Switzerland, Black Mountain sponsored player Jazz Janewattananond is determined to set things right, starting with his title charge at this week’s Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters in Malaysia.
Thailand’s Prom Meesawat is the latest addition to the Black Mountain family and what a way to welcome his arrival than with his win at the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship last Sunday.
Black Mountain sponsored players Rikard Karlberg of Sweden and American Berry Henson are back in action at this week’s Yeangder Tournament Players Championship in Taiwan.
Black Mountain sponsored star Rikard Karlberg of Sweden may not have ended the week as the King of the Mountains at the Omega European Masters after he stumbled with a final round even-par 70.
Rikard Karlberg of Sweden settled for a two-under-par 70 in the opening round of the Omega European Masters after saving par on the last hole on Thursday. The Black Mountain sponsored player opened with a birdie before adding further birdies on holes 10 and 13. He was in trouble on 18 but escaped with a par to trail the leader Richie Ramsay of Scotland by six shots.
Sweden’s Rikard Karlberg, a Black Mountain sponsored player, fired a closing two-under-par 69 to finish tied ninth at the inaugural Made in Denmark on Sunday.
Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee crashed out from the PGA Championship after shooting disappointing eight-over-par 79 on Friday.