March 16: Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond ended his campaign at the Solaire Open in a credible tied 27th position after shooting a four-over-par 75 on Sunday.
March 14: Sweden’s Rikard Karlberg and Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond kept alive their hopes of winning the Solaire Open when they posted a two-over-par 73 and one-over-par 72 respectively to make it into the weekend rounds at the Asian Tour event on Friday.
March 13: Sweden’s Rikard Karlberg believes his recent good form is the key to his solid opening round when he carded a four-under-par 67 to trail the first round leaders by a single shot in tied-third place at the Solaire Open on Thursday.
Manila, March 12: Berry Henson of the United States believes that big drives and a hot putter will be the key to success at the US$300,000 Solaire Open which starts on Thursday.
Manila, March 11: Young Thai talent Jazz Janewattananond believes he can rise above the occasion at the US$300,000 Solaire Open, which starts on Thursday, after agonisingly missing out on qualifying for The Open Championship last week.
March 10: Black Mountain sponsored player Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand closed with a four-under-par 68 at the WGC-Cadillac Championship to underline his reputation of one of Asia’s best players.
March 8: Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee, who is sponsored by Black Mountain, posted a second round two-over-par74 to stay four shots behind the American leaders at the halfway stage of the WGC-Callidac Championship on Friday.
March 7: Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond’s courageous attempt to earn one of the four tickets to The Open Championship was met with a huge blow when the Black Mountain sponsored player was edged out in a four-way play-off that went all the way to the fourth extra hole at the Open Qualifying Series-Thailand on Friday.
March 6: Black Mountain player and american Berry Henson faces one of his biggest tests at the Open Qualifying Series-Thailand after he posted a two-under-par 70 to stay two shots back of Japanese leader Hiroshi Iwata on Thursday.
Black Mountain sponsored player Berry Henson is excited to return to the Philippines, the country where he won his first Asian Tour title back in 2011.