Thailand Open


 

The Thailand Open

 
The Thailand Open 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
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Pittayarat, Panuphol
Thai CC
267 (-13)
US$54,000
Played as the Thailand Open (June 7-10; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Poom Saksansin (Thai) finished 1 shot behind fellow countryman Pittayarat (Thai), who won at his home club. [Thai CC, Bangkok, Thailand].
2017
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Wannasrichan, Rattanon
Thai CC
263 (-21)
US$54,000
Played as the Thailand Open (May 18-21; Asian Tr event; not played in 2016). Second-placed Shiv Kapur (India) and Gaganjeet Bhullar (India) finished 2 shots behind wire-to-wire winner Wannasrichan (Thai). The 21-year-old Wannasrichan claimed his first Asian Tour win on home soil in his national championship. [Thai CC, Bangkok, Thailand].
2015
Singha
Kim, Kyung-tae
267 (-21)
US$180,000
Played as the Singha Corporation Thailand Open (June 11-14; OneAsia/Jpn Trs event). Second-placed Jeung-hun Wang (S Kor) finished 3 shots behind Kyung-tae "K.T." Kim (S Kor). [Plantation course, Siam CC, Pattaya, Thailand].
2014
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(not played)
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Thailand Open not played in 2014.
2013
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Marksaeng, Prayad
Thana City
264 (-24)
US$180,000
Played as the Thailand Open (March 14-17; OneAsia/Jpn Trs event). Second-placed Scott Strange (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Marksaeng (Thai), who became only the third Thai to win his national title. [Thana City G&SC, nr Bangkok, Thailand].
2012
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Wood, Chris
Suwan G&CC
265 (-23)
US$180,686
Played as the Thailand Open (Aug 9-12; OneAsia Tr event). Second-placed Dong-kyu Jang (S Kor) finished 2 shots behind Wood (Eng), who claimed his first win as a professional golfer. [Suwan G&CC, nr Bangkok].
2011
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Stolz, Andre
Suwan G&CC
266 (-22)
US$180,000
Played as the Thailand Open (Aug 11-14; OneAsia Tr event). Second-placed Prayad Marksaeng (Thai) finished 2 shots behind Stolz (Aus). [Suwan G&CC, nr Bangkok].
2010
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Liang, Wenchong
Burapha GC
270 (-18)
US$180,000
Played as the Thailand Open (Aug 26-29; OneAsia Tr event). Second-placed Michael Wright (Aus) and Namchok Tantipokakul (Thai) finished 1 shot behind Liang (China). [Burapha GC, nr Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand].
2009
Singha
Randhawa, Jyoti
Laguna Phuket
263 (-17)
US$79,250
Played as the Singha Thailand Open (March 5-8; Asian Tr event; not played since 2005). Second-placed Rhys Davies (Wales) finished 2 shots behind Randhawa (Ind), who claimed his eighth Asian Tour win. [Laguna Phuket GC, Phuket, Thailand].
2005
Thai Airways
Lee, Richard (NZ)
Blue Canyon CC
279 (-9)
US$78,750
Played as the Thai Airways International Thailand Open (March 3-6; Asian Tr event). First-time Asian Tour winner Lee (NZ) beat Scott Barr (Aus) with a par at the first playoff hole. [Canyon course, Blue Canyon CC, Phuket, Thailand].
2004
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Royal Thai Air Force GC
270 (-18)
US$48,450
Played as the Thailand Open (Jan 22-25; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Prayad Marksaeng (Thai) and Jong-duk Kim (S Kor) finished 2 shots behind 47-year-old Ruangkit (Thai). [Royal Thai Air Force GC, Don Muang, Bangkok]. NOTE: This was the inaugural event for the revamped Asian Tour, now run by a more player-focused organisation.
2003
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Loar, Edward
Krisda City
269 (-19)
US$24,250
Played as the Thailand Open (April 3-6; Asian Tr event; last played in 2000). Second-placed Jason Dawes (Aus) finished 5 shots behind Loar (USA), the first left-hander to win an Asian Tr event. [Krisda City Golf Hills, nr Bangkok, Thailand].
2000
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Terblanche, Des
269 (-19)
US$32,300
Played as the Thailand Open (Nov 30-Dec 3; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Thongchai Jaidee (Thai) finished 1 shot behind Terblanche (RSA), who claimed his third Asian Tour title. [Springfield Royal CC, nr Hua Hin, Thailand].
1999
Mittweida
Quinn, Fran
275 (-13)
US$32,300
Played as the Mittweida Thailand Open (Dec 1-4; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Scott Rowe (USA), Simon Yates (Scot), Jim Rutledge (Can) and Christian Pena (USA) finished 1 shot behind Fran Quinn Jr (USA), who recorded his first Asian Tour win. [Navatanee GC, Bangkok, Thailand].
1998
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Kingston, James
272 (-16)
Played as the Thailand Open (Asian Tr event). Kingston (RSA) beat Jeev Milkha Singh (India) at the first playoff hole. [Thana City G&SC, nr Bangkok, Thailand].
1997
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Chernock, Christian
268
Played as the Thailand Open. Second-placed Don Walsworth (USA) finished 1 shot behind Chernock (USA). [Thana City G&SC, nr Bangkok, Thailand].
1996
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Barranger, Todd
Played as the Thailand Open. Rob Moss (USA) finished in second place behind Barranger (USA).
1995
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Pinehurst, Bangkok
271 (-17)
US$50,000
Played as the Thailand Open (Asian Tr event). Hamilton (USA) beat Steve Veriato (USA) with a par at the second playoff hole. [Pinehurst G&CC, Bangkok, Thailand].
1994
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Jobe, Brandt
276 (-12)
US$49,980
Played as the Thailand Open (Asian Tr event). Second-placed Lee Porter (USA) finished 4 shots behind Jobe (USA).
1993
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Mann, Craig
278
US$33,320
Played as the Thai International Thailand Open (Asian Tr event). Mann (USA) beat Chin-sheng Hsieh (Taiw) with a birdie at the second playoff hole. Steve Flesch (USA) was eliminated at the first playoff hole.
1992
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275
US$33,320
Played as the Thai International Thailand Open (Asian Tr event). Remi Bouchard (Can), Richard Backwell (Aus) and Thaworn Wiratchant (Thai) finished in second place behind Ruangkit Boonchu (Thai), who became the second consecutive home winner of this event.
1991
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Meesawat, Suthep
Royal Thai Army GC
272
US$25,000
Played as the Thailand Open (Asian Tr event). Sethup Meesawat (Thai) became the first home winner of this event and the first Thai to lift the King's Cup. [Royal Thai Army GC, Bangkok].
1990
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Lu, Wen-teh
Royal Thai Army GC
276 (-12)
Played as the Thailand Open (Asian Tr event). Second-placed Danny Mijovic (Can) and Nam-sin Park (S Kor) finished 1 shot behind Lu (Taiw). [Royal Thai Army GC, Bangkok].
1989
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Claar, Brian
Pinehurst, Bangkok
272 (-16)
Played as the Thailand Open. Second-placed E.J. Pfister (USA) finished 3 shots behind Claar (USA), who claimed his second straight Asian Tour win. [Pinehurst G&CC, Bangkok].
1988
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Senior, Jeff
Royal Thai Army GC
276 (-12)
Played as the Thailand Open. Second-placed Liang-shi Chen (Taiw) finished 2 shots behind Senior (Aus). [Royal Thai Army GC, Bangkok].
1987
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Chen, Tze-ming
272 (-12)
US$16,660
Played as the Thailand Open. Chen (Taiw) beat Somsak Srisanga (Thai) with a birdie at the third playoff hole (par-5 12th).
1986
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Ho, Ming-chung
288 (E)
US$16,660
Played as the Thailand Open. Second-placed Lu Chien-soon (Taiw) finished 1 shot behind Ho (Taiw). [Bangpra GC, Chonburi, Thailand].
1985
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Israelson, Bill
273 (-15)
US$16,660
Played as the Thailand Open. Second-placed John Jacobs (USA) finished 1 shot behind Israelson (USA). [Navatanee GC, Bangkok, Thailand].
1984
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Lu, Chien-soon
278 (-10)
US$16,000
Played as the Thailand Open (Asian circuit event). Second-placed Wayne Grady (Aus) finished 6 shots behind Lu (Taiw). [Old course, Siam CC, Pattaya, Thailand].
1983
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Chen, Tze-ming
283 (-5)
Played as the Thailand Open. Chien-soon Lu (Taiw), Lou Graham (USA) and Frankie Minoza (Phil) finished in second place behind Tze-ming "T.M." Chen (Taiw).
1982
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Hsu, Sheng-san
Played as the Thailand Open. Won by Hsu (Taiw).
1981
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Sieckmann, Tom
281
Played as the Thailand Open. Won by Sieckmann (USA) by 3 shots.
1980
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Lu, Hsi-chuen
Played as the Thailand Open. Won by Lu (Taiw).
1979
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Krantz, Mike
Played as the Thailand Open. Won by Krantz (USA).
1978
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Hsu, Sheng-san
Played as the Thailand Open. Second-placed Bruce Douglas (USA) finished 3 shots behind Hsu (Taiw). [Old course, Siam CC, Pattaya, Thailand].
1977
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Akitomi, Yurio
Played as the Thailand Open. Won by Akitomi (Jpn).
1976
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Arda, Ben
Played as the Thailand Open (Asian circuit event). Won by Arda (Phil).
1975
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Twitty, Howard
Played as the Thailand Open. Won by Twitty (USA).
1974
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Hitomi, Tohihiro
Played as the Thailand Open. Won by Hitomi (Jpn).
1973
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286 (-2)
Played as the Thailand Open (Asian circuit event). Second-placed Ben Arda (Phil) and Mitsutaka Kono (Jpn) finished 2 shots behind Marsh (Aus). [Old course, Siam CC, Pattaya, Thailand].
1972
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Hsieh, Min-nan
Played as the Thailand Open. Won by Hsieh (Taiw).
1971
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Lu, Liang-huan
Played as the Thailand Open. Won by "Mr" Lu (Taiw).
1970
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Played as the Thailand Open. Won by Graham (Aus).
1969
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Hsieh, Yung-yo
US$6,000
Played as the Thailand Open (Asian circuit event). Hsieh (Taiw) won the event and with it the King's Cup.
1968
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Vines, Randall
Royal Thai Air Force GC
285 (-3)
US$2,000
Played as the Thailand Open. Second-placed Haruo Yasuda (Jpn) finished 1 shot behind 22-year-old Vines (Aus). [Royal Thai Air Force GC, Don Muang, Bangkok].
1967
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Ishii, Tomoo
Royal Thai Air Force GC
283 (-5)
Played as the Thailand Open. Second-placed Tony Jacklin (Eng) and Chi-hsiung Kuo (Taiw) finished 4 shots behind Ishii (Jpn). [Royal Thai Air Force GC, Don Muang, Bangkok].
1966
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Kitta, Tadashi
Royal Thai Air Force GC
283 (-5)
Played as the Thailand Open. Second-placed Harold Henning (RSA) finished 2 shots behind Kitta (Jpn). [Royal Thai Air Force GC, Don Muang, Bangkok].
1965
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Hsieh, Yung-yo
283 (-5)
Played as the inaugural Thailand Open. Chi-hsiung Kuo (Taiw) finished in second place behind Hsieh (Taiw).
 

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