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Name: - Prom Meesawat
Country: - Thailand
Born : - July 21, 1984 in Thailand.
Original Home/Club: -
Occupation: - Professional golfer
Turned Pro: - 2004

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Multiple winner on the Asian Tour.

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Meesawat enjoyed an excellent amateur career, with his most notable wins coming in the World Junior Golf Championships (1997, 2002), Asia Pacific Junior Championship (several) and Thailand Amateur. He joined the ranks of professional golfers in 2004, recording his maiden win on the Asian Tour in the 2006 SK Telecom Open in South Korea. A second win came at the Yeangder TPC in 2014 in Taipei.

Top tournaments won by Prom Meesawat

2014Men AsiaYeangder TPCLinkou Intl277 (-11)US$90,000
Played as the Yeangder TPC-Tournament Players Championship (Sept 11-14; Asian Tr event). Meesawat (Thai) beat Miguel Tabuena (Phil) at the second playoff hole to claim his second Asian Tour win. [Linkou International G&CC, Taipei, Taiwan].
2006Men AsiaSK Telecom OpenSky 72 GC201 (-15)US$125,680
Played as the SK Telecom Open (May 4-6; Asian/Korean Trs event). Second-placed Jeev Milkha Singh (India) and Seong-ho Lee (S Kor) finished 3 shots behind first-time Asian Tr winner Meesawat (Thai). Reduced to 54 holes due to rain. [Sky 72 GC, Incheon, S Korea].


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