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.
Considering the tough and tricky conditions, Prom believed it was a fair result and a positive week.
“You need a lot of patience to play on this course. It’s good to shoot under-par, especially on this challenging course. I’m very happy with how I played. It was quite windy last few days but I’m hitting the ball good. I managed to hole some good putts,” said Prom.
Meanwhile Jazz kept things simple and was rewarded with his second top-five result this year.
“I am very happy with the way I played. I spoke to my coach last night and he told me to change my set up a bit. He said I should keep to a strong posture and not slouch too much. I kept it really simple today,” said the talented Thai.
Thai star Thongchai missed out on a grandstand finish when he finished on one-under-par 71. A good attempt for a birdie on 18 stopped short of the hole which would have put him in a play-off with Patrick Reed and eventual winner Kristoffer Broberg.
“I played good all day. Only struggling with putting on the front nine. On the back nine, I hit a lot of short putts. The last putt, just a bit short for playoff. I don’t mind, pretty good week for me and very good round.