Yates ends year strongly


Black Mountain’s Simon Yates capped a great week in Dubai by finishing in third place after signing off with a four-under-par 68 at the Dubai Open over the weekend.

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Yates in contention at Dubai Open


Scotland’s Simon Yates fired a second round five-under-par 67 to put himself in prime position to secure a third Asian Tour win at the Dubai Open on Friday. The Black Mountain sponsored player was cruising along nicely when he marked his card with seven birdies in 16 holes before dropping a double bogey on the penultimate hole at the US$500,000 Asian Tour event.

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Prom round 1 blog


Hua Hin native Prom Meesawat was happy with his opening round efforts of one-under-par 71 in tricky conditions at the Dubai Open. The Black Mountain sponsored player is five shots back from the first day leader Kalem Richardson but feels he is in good position to launch a title assault.

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Prom seeks year-end win at Dubai Open


Dubai, December 18: Thailand’s Prom Meesawat hopes to end his 2014 season on a winning note at the inaugural Dubai Open in his hopes of finishing second on the Asian Tour’s Order of Merit.

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Thongchai the brave


Thailand’s leading golfer Thongchai Jaidee braved the testing conditions by posting a one-under-par 71 at Thailand Golf Championship to give himself a good chance of another grandstand finish on home soil.

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Prom eyes Open Championship spot


Thailand’s Prom Meesawat hopes to fight his way into The Open Championship when he challenges for honours at this week’s US$1 million Thailand Golf Championship.

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Jazz Blog: Good to be back!


Black Mountain sponsored player Jazz Janewattananond returns to Indonesia this week with fond memories. After all, it was at the Indonesian capital of Jakarta where Jazz was tied for the lead in the penultimate round before settling for tied sixth place last year.

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Prom blog: Another top-10!


Prom Meesawat of Thailand shot a final round one-under-par 71 to finish tied ninth at the King’s Cup on Sunday. It was the Black Mountain sponsored player’s sixth top-10 including his victory in Taipei earlier this year. His total of 13-under-par 275 was seven shots from the champion Thaworn Wiratchant.

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