Henson enjoys mixed fortunes

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It was a mixed round for Berry Henson of the United States in the opening round of the Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup on Thursday.

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Prom blog: Aiming for more glory!

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After winning his second Asian Tour title after eight years, Prom Meesawat of Thailand is now aiming for more glory starting at the Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup in Japan.

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JAPAN HERE I COME!

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Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond capped a memorable week in Malaysia with a tied-ninth finish at the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters.

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JAZZ AIMS TO TURN UP THE TEMPO

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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.

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Jazz blog: It’s time to play!

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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.

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Welcome to the family, Champion!

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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.

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Karlberg’s Swiss Blog

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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.

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Meet our chef, Mårten Karlsson

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Swedish executive chef Marten Karlsson came to Thailand for the travelling and scuba diving and liked it so much that he stayed on as a restaurant chef in Phuket. He eventually returned to Sweden to run his own small hotel and a golf restaurant, however, he missed Thailand very much – “I may be Swedish but I really don’t like the winter there and I missed Thailand a lot. After having lived here, it is not so easy to settle back into your home country,” he says definitely. When he got offered this job at Black Mountain, he jumped at it and has been here four years already.

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