Queen's Cup


 

The Queen's Cup

 
The Queen's Cup tournament results, listed below, are sorted by year and feature the title sponsor, name of winner, golf tournament venue, score and prize money.  

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2018
Bangchak
Janewattananond, Jazz
Phoenix Gold, Thai
265 (-19)
US$54,000
Played as the Queen's Cup presented by Bangchak (Jun 28-Jul 1; Asian Tr event; in honour of Queen Sirikit of Thailand). Second-placed Gaganjeet Bhullar (India) finished 4 shots behind Janewattananond (Thai), who recorded his second Asian Tour win. [Phoenix Gold G&CC, Pattaya, Thailand].
2018
Jaidee Foundtn
Tabuena, Miguel
Legacy GC, Thai
260 (-20)
US$90,000
Played as the Queen's Cup hosted by Jaidee Foundation (Nov 29-Dec 2; Asian Tr event; the second Queen's Cup staged in 2018). Second-placed Johannes Veerman (USA) finished 3 shots behind Tabuena (Phil), who recorded his second Asian Tour win. [Legacy GC, Bangkok, Thailand].
2017
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Fung, Nicholas
Santiburi Samui CC
269 (-15)
US$90,000
Played as the Queen's Cup (June 15-18; Asian Tr event; in honour of Queen Sirikit of Thailand). Second-placed Jazz Janewattananond (Thai) finished 1 shot behind first-time Asian Tour winner Fung (Malay). 27-year-old Fung was making his 66th start on the Tour. [Santiburi Samui CC, Koh Samui Island, Thailand].
2016
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Hend, Scott
Santiburi Samui CC
269 (-15)
US$54,000
Played as the Queen's Cup (June 16-19; Asian Tr event; in honour of Queen Sirikit of Thailand). Second-placed Gunn Charoenkul (Thai) finished 1 shot behind Hend (Aus), who recorded his ninth Asian Tour win. [Santiburi Samui CC, Koh Samui Island, Thailand].
2015
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Marksaeng, Prayad
270 (-14)
US$54,000
Played as the Queen's Cup (June 18-21; Asian Tour event; in honour of Queen Sirikit of Thailand). Second-placed Thanykon Khrongpha (Thai) finished 2 shots behind 49-year-old Marksaeng (Thai), who recorded his ninth Asian Tour title. [Santiburi Samui CC, Koh Samui Island, Thailand].
2014
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272 (-12)
US$54,000
Played as the Queen's Cup Bangkok Airways (June 5-8; Asian Tr event; in honour of Queen Sirikit of Thailand). Second-placed Poom Saksansin (Thai) finished 1 shot behind 47-year-old Wiratchant (Thai), who claimed his 17th Asian Tour win. [Santiburi Samui CC, Koh Samui Island, Thailand].
2013
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Marksaeng, Prayad
270 (-14)
US$56,142
Played as the Queen's Cup Bangkok Airways (June 13-16; Asian Tr event; in honour of Queen Sirikit of Thailand). Second-placed Arnond Vongvanij (Thai) finished 3 shots behind Marksaeng (Thai). [Santiburi Samui CC, Koh Samui Island, Thailand].
2012
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277 (-7)
US$47,550
Played as the Queen's Cup (June 14-17; Asian Tr event; in honour of Queen Sirikit of Thailand). Second-placed Juvic Pagunsan (Phil) and Siddikur Rahman (Ban) finished 3 shots behind Wiratchant (Thai), who recorded his 13th Asian Tour win, equalling Thongchai Jaidee (Thai) for most Asian Tour wins. [Santiburi Samui CC, Koh Samui island, Thailand].
2011
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Plaphol, Chawalit
273 (-11)
US$47,550
Played as the Queen's Cup (June 16-19; Asian Tr event; in honour of Queen Sirikit of Thailand). Second-placed Prayad Marksaeng (Thai) finished 2 shots behind Plaphol (Thai). [Santiburi Samui CC, Koh Samui island, Thailand].
2010
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Hiratsuka, Tetsuji
273 (-11)
US$47,550
Played as the Queen's Cup (June 17-20; Asian Tr event; in honour of Queen Sirikit of Thailand). Second-placed Thaworn Wiratchant (Thai) finished 1 shot behind Hiratsuka (Jpn), who recorded his second Asian Tour win of 2010. [Santiburi Samui CC, Koh Samui island, Thailand].
2009
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Phadungsil, Chinarat
268 (-16)
US$47,550
Played as the inaugural Queen's Cup (Aug 13-16; Asian Tr event; in honour of Queen Sirikit of Thailand). Second-placed Dae-hyun Kim (S Kor), Udorn Duangdecha (Thai) and Yoshinobu Tsukada (Jpn) finished 3 shots behind Phadungsil (Thai). [Santiburi Samui CC, Koh Samui island, Thailand].
 

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