True Thailand Classic 2016 Presented by Chang

True and ThaiBev are investing more than Bt180 million to host Thailand’s largest professional sport event with highest cash prize in “True Thailand Classic 2016 Presented by Chang”. It is a tri-sanction with European tour, Asian tour and Thailand PGA which are the world’s second largest golf competition which will attract professional golfers from around the world to win the US$1.75 million (about Bt63 million) to win a spot to “Race to Dubai” – paving the way to Europe’s number one golfer. The tournament is a cooperation between public and private sectors which are True Corporation, Chang Beverages, Sports Authority of Thailand, Black Mountain Golf Club, Charoen Pokphand Group, Bangkok Bank Plc, Toyota Motor Thailand, and Thai Airways International. Read more

Henson off to good start in Singapore

Black Mountain sponsored player Berry Henson is tied for the lead with one more hole to play in the opening round of the SMBC Singapore Open. 

The American is on five-under after 17 holes and he is currently tied with clubhouse leader Keith Horne of South Africa.  Read more

Thongchai excited to represent Team Asia

Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand will represent Team Asia at the EurAsia Cup against Team Europe where he hopes to secure a valuable point for his team. 

The Black Mountain sponsored player is paired with Korea’s Byeonghun An in the Fourballs format against Team Europe’s Danny Willett and Matthew Fitzpatrick. Read more

Yates makes an ace, Henson shoots 70

Simon Yates of Scotland shot an ace in the opening round of the Thailand Golf Championship while Berry Henson fired a solid two-under-par 70 on Thursday.

Yates aced the third hole with a six-iron but failed to build on his hole-in-one as he returned with a 73 to tie for 60th place alongside Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand. Unfortunately for Yates, there was no prize on offer for his efforts. Read more

Prom finishes strongly in Philippines

Prom Meesawat of Thailand enjoyed a strong finish at the Resorts World Manila Masters when he shot a three-under-par 69 on Sunday.

The Black Mountain player finished in tied fifth place on 12-under-par 276 while Berry Henson of the United States ended the week in tied 18th place at the US$1 million Asian Tour event. Read more

Top-5 results for Black Mountain boys

Black Mountain players Prom Meesawat, Jazz Janewattananond and Thongchai Jaidee secured top-five results in professional tournaments in Singapore and China respectively.

Thai duo Prom (70) and Jazz (67) finished tied fifth at the World Classic Championship at Laguna National when they ended their campaigns on matching two-over-par 286s. Read more