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2018/03/01, Thursday

Jennifer Song shot a first round score of seven under-par 65 to take a two-shot lead over Michelle Wie and Eun-Hee Ji in round one of the HSBC Women’s World Championship in Singapore.

Wie said, “I felt like I placed myself in a good position today, so hopefully the next three days, make my birdies. I three-putted twice today, so no more of that.” Reflecting on a similarly strong start last year before tailing off in the last round, she added, “Well, it's a new year. I think that I have a lot of great experiences, a lot of good memories from last year and try to build upon it and learn from it.”

Thai amateur Atthaya Thitikul made an impressive tournament debut, carding two under- par 70 alongside the likes of World No.1 Shanshan Feng, Cristie Kerr and 2016 winner Ha Na Jang. After a rocky start which saw her bogey the second and double-bogey the fourth, Thitikul soon found the kind of composure that saw her win last week’s Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific championship and secure her berth in the tournament.

Making five birdies over six holes around the turn, and finishing with another birdie on the 18th, the 15-year-old golf prodigy showed just what a talent she is.

Thitikul said, “Yeah, I had a lot of confidence today because winning last week on this golf course, gave me more confidence. I was a bit nervous but had a lot fun. I feel really good. But it's all an experience and I have fun on the golf course.”

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Singapore Trading in World Class Golf as 'Asia's Major' Tees Off
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2018/02/27, Tuesday

To mark the occasion, five of the world’s best golfers gathered at Sentosa Golf Club to officially launch the event which features all the world’s top-twenty golfers and each of the 2017 Major winners.

Tournament title sponsor HSBC brought together Shanshan Feng, China’s world number one, defending champion from South Korea Inbee Park plus her compatriot So Yeon Ryu, the USA’s Lexi Thompson and Tiffany Chan, the first golfer from Hong Kong ever to make it on to the LPGA tour – for a tournament launch to celebrate the incredible global field and depth of talent on show.

Crucial element to HSBC’s efforts to grow the sport in Asia is a focus on grass roots, based on the bank’s belief that only by working in partnership can we fulfil our true potential; Tiffany Chan, a sponsor’s invite at this week’s event, is a great example. Her recent achievements can be traced back to her early days as a golfer on the Hong Kong Golf Association’s Junior Development programme which HSBC has gone on to support as part of its mission to support the growth of golf inAsia.

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最後更新 ( 2018/02/27, Tuesday )
Jessica Korda wins Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018 with smashing record
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2018/02/27, Tuesday


1, -25 (263) – Jessica Korda

T2, -21 (267) – Lexi Thompson, Moriya Jutanugarn 

PATTAYA, Thailand (February 25, 2018) Jessica Korda claims Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018 title after having a lead throughout the four-day tournament, marking the American’s fifth LPGA win in her career. 

The star-studded Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018 has come to a close after another fantastic season. The final round of the sole LPGA tournament in Thailand is wrapping up with success after four days of events reflecting sensational golf games, thirst for world-class sports competition in Thailand and happening hangout fests, resulting in nearly a total of 50,000 attendance recorded.  


Jessica Korda completed her wire-to-wire dominance at the Honda LPGA Thailand with a 5-under 67 to finish at 25-under 263, which shatters the tournament record, on Sunday to win by four strokes over Lexi Thompson and Moriya Jutanugarn. Korda collects her first trophy since 2015 in her first start of 2018. 

“I can’t believe it, today was such a blur, I was just trying to make birdies. I tried to relax, but I was nervous,” said Korda, who made 25 birdies and three eagles on the week. “This (Honda LPGA Thailand) was my first event my rookie year. I played really, really well this week.” 

The 24-year-old Korda, who will celebrate her 25th birthday on Tuesday, made two birdies and a bogey over the front nine on Sunday. Jutanugarn pulled within two shots early on the back nine and electrified the record crowds at Siam C.C., but Korda canned birdies on 11, 13 and 15 and cruised to her fifth career win on the LPGA. 

Korda put an exclamation mark on the championship with a 25-foot birdie on 17 followed an emphatic fist pump and a dazzling smile. 

It’s a rather remarkable win for Korda considering she is coming off a tough offseason where she had double jaw surgery to solve the frequent headaches she was having. 

Korda had no expectations heading into the week other than to knock off the rust. She certainly did that and she’ll also leave with a trophy.






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