Synonyms for prayad or Related words with prayad
Examples of "prayad"
Marksaeng, Louis Oosthuizen, Álvaro Quirós
Marksaeng, Jeev Milkha Singh
Bae Sang-moon, Hwang Jung-gon, Brad Kennedy,
Marksaeng, Yoshinobu Tsukada, Azuma Yano
Marksaeng (, born 30 January 1966) is a Thai professional golfer.
Yuta Ikeda (OoM), Ryo Ishikawa, Shingo Katayama,
Marksaeng, Jeev Milkha Singh
Boonya () is a Thai football player who currently plays for Thai League T4 side Kopoon Warrior.
represented Thailand at the 2007 and 2008 Omega Mission Hills World Cup and has been featured in the top 100 of the Official World Golf Ranking.
received a special invitation to play in the 2008 Masters Tournament. Marksaeng shot an 82 (+10) in the first round and withdrew midway through the second round due to a back injury.
Cameron Beckman, Christian Cévaër, Darren Clarke, Nick Dougherty, Nathan Green, Grégory Havret, Anthony Kang, Jerry Kelly, Danny Lee, Shane Lowry,
Marksaeng, Pat Perez, Carl Pettersson, Richard Sterne, Marc Turnesa, Yang Yong-eun
Stuart Appleby (8), Aaron Baddeley, Ben Curtis (8,9), Ken Duke, Steve Flesch, Alastair Forsyth, Sergio García (8), Graeme McDowell,
Marksaeng, Andrés Romero, Justin Rose, Jeev Milkha Singh, Henrik Stenson (8,10), Camilo Villegas (8,10), Charlie Wi (8)
In June 2016, Hend won the Queen's Cup in Thailand by one stroke, for his ninth victory on the Asian Tour. This moved him up into a tie for third place on the all-time winners list, behind only
Marksaeng and Thongchai Jaidee. He went on the win the 2016 Asian Tour Order of Merit.
By 10:00, with the Japanese closing in, Wing Commander Prawat ordered the command building to be burned, along with all military documents. As flames engulfed the building, Flying Officer
Kanchonwiroj, the senior medical officer, ordered the hospital building evacuated and set on fire.
Thongchai Jaidee is the country's most successful golfer, winning a handful of major international tournaments. Other Thais who have had international success include
Marksaeng, Boonchu Ruangkit, and Pornanong Phatlum. Many Thai professional golfers and aspiring amateurs compete in All Thailand Golf Tour tournaments.
was a member of Thailand's winning golf team at the 1987 South East Asian Games and turned professional in 1991. He has been a member of the Asian Tour since it began in its modern form in 1995. He was won seven events on the tour, becoming one of the first ten men to reach a million U.S. dollars in career earnings. He has also competed on the Japan Golf Tour and in 2008 won three tournaments in Japan.
Mark Brown, Jonathan Byrd, Paul Casey, Darren Clarke, Fred Couples, Ben Crane, Ben Curtis, Nick Dougherty, Niclas Fasth, Ross Fisher, Alastair Forsyth, Hiroyuki Fujita, Richard Green, Søren Hansen, Peter Hanson, Peter Hedblom, Charles Howell III, Miguel Ángel Jiménez, Brendan Jones, Robert Karlsson, Martin Kaymer, James Kingston, Søren Kjeldsen, Pablo Larrazábal, Tom Lehman, Graeme McDowell, Colin Montgomerie, Nick O'Hern, Louis Oosthuizen, Hennie Otto, Corey Pavin,
Marksaeng, Jyoti Randhawa, Charl Schwartzel, Jeev Milkha Singh, Scott Strange, Toru Taniguchi, Bubba Watson, Steve Webster, Lee Westwood, Oliver Wilson
Immelman shot another round of 68 (–4) to lead the field by one stroke at 136 (–8). Steve Flesch had the low round of the day at 67 and tied for third. Defending champion Zach Johnson shot a 76 for a two-round total of 146 (+2), tied for 29th. Woods shot a 71 and tied for 13th. The cut, to the top 44 players and ties, was at 147 (+3) and 45 players made the cut. In all, 28 players shot sub-par rounds for the day and the scoring average was 73.51. For the tournament, 19 players were under par and the scoring average was 73.84.
Marksaeng withdrew after nine holes with a back injury. Fred Couples missed his first cut at the Masters (by one stroke), ending a streak of 23 consecutive cuts made, a record he shares with Gary Player.
Mo won twice on the Asian Tour in 1996 and again in 2008. His 1996 win came at the Guam Open and he would continue playing and keeping his Tour card year after year until he picked up his biggest career win 12 years later at the Singha Thailand PGA Championship, where he went head-to-head with seasoned campaigners on the Asian Tour Juvic Pagunsan and hometown favorite
Marksaeng. He credited his victory and success in Thailand to his hard work and self-belief in Chiang Rai. Later in 2008, he finished in the top-10 at the Volvo Masters of Asia and completed 2008 as his most successful year in his 13th season on the Asian Tour.
The Asian team was selected as follows: the leading four available Asian players from the 2015 Asian Tour Order of Merit as of 14 December, the leading four eligible and available Asian players from the Official World Golf Ranking as of 14 December, and four captain’s picks. The leading four Asian players from the Asian Tour Order of Merit were Anirban Lahiri (1), Shiv Chawrasia (4), Thongchai Jaidee (6) and Danny Chia (8). The leading Asian players from the Official World Golf Ranking were Hideki Matsuyama (15), An Byeong-hun (28), Jaidee (29), Kiradech Aphibarnrat (37), Lahiri (41), Kim Kyung-tae (59) and Shingo Katayama (60). Matsuyama did not play while Jaidee and Lahiri had already qualified through their Asian Tour Order of Merit positions. The captain's picks were Nicholas Fung,
Marksaeng, Wang Jeung-hun and Wu Ashun.
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