Sadom Kaewkanjana bags the Singapore Open’s trophy

Thai golfer Sadom Kaewkanjana wins the SMBC Singapore Open golf on Sunday.

Thailand’s Golfer, Sadom Kaewkanjana has won the SMBC Singapore Open golf on Sunday with a three-shot victory over South Korea’s Kim Joo-hyung and Japan’s Yuto Katsuragawa.

Sadom Kaewkanjana had won five times in Thailand last year, but this particular win where he signs off with a two-under-par 69, has become the biggest win of his career.

Starting the day with a share of the lead, Sadom Kaewkanjana pars the first five holes before shooting two birdies on holes six and seven for an outward 34.

He was stable throughout his back nine, made nine straight pars without dropping a shot for the winning sum of 13-under-par 271.

The 23-year-old said that he is very excited and happy about winning the tournament. He believes that he had a lot of pressure on him but he stayed calm and won the game.

He further said that a lot of hard work has gone into winning the game and he’s satisfied with himself.

With this triumph, Sadom Kaewkanjana has set up his place in one of the four qualifying spots in the Open Championships at St Andrews in July.

Sadom Kaewkanjana says that it will be the first time he has played in a major and he is looking forward to participating ‘in the home of golf at St Andrews.’

The Singapore Open was the season-ending event according to Asia’s Tour 2020-21 calendar. It faced a long break last year due to the pandemic.

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