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  1. 🏌APRIL PROMOTION 2021 MON TO WED T-off anytime 1,699 THB. Inclu. Green Fee+Caddie+ Cart BOOKING: LINE : https://lin.ee/7NZxMox LINE ID : @theroyalgolf Tel : 02-738-1010 ext. 10, 11 Mobile : 081-925-307, 092-393-5693
  2. Bunker Boys Golf Report for week commencing Monday April 12th Monday, April 12th Pattana Resort & Country Club B & C. 1st Jay Babin (23) 38 points 2nd Geoff Parker (19) 32 points 3rd Michael Brett (15) 30 points Near pins Jimmy Carr, & Kevin LeBar X 2. After a weekend of flooding rain in Pattaya, it looked like we might get some more of the same today at Pattana. The skies were grey and heavy, thunder rumbled in the distance from whence the wind was blowing and there were also flashes of lightning. In a situation never
  3. Golf in Japan is as unique as the country itself, and for locals it is often seen as a status symbol as to which club you are a member. Another reason for its popularity, is the fact that many businesses encourage staff to become members, as it is seen as an excellent means to do business especially with overseas customers. There are over 6,852 islands across Japan including the four main islands of Honshu, Hokkaido, Shikoku and Kyushu. There are also over 2,349 courses in Japan, varying from some revered top 100 courses to riverside pitch and putt. In fact, after
  4. Hideki Matsuyama claimed a historic win at the Masters that one golf great predicts will make him the King of Japan and a billionaire. The 29-year-old became the first Japanese man to win a golf major by finished 10-under to win the Masters by one shot from American debutant Will Zalatoris. Masters win ‘worth a billion dollars’ Matsuyama’s victory will see him rival Naomi Osaka as the most famous athlete in Japan and could make him a billionaire, according to two-time US Open winner Andy North. “There is more pressure on
  5. Hideki Matsuyama claimed a historic win at the Masters that one golf great predicts will make him the King of Japan and a billionaire. The 29-year-old became the first Japanese man to win a golf major by finished 10-under to win the Masters by one shot from American debutant Will Zalatoris. Masters win ‘worth a billion dollars’ Matsuyama’s victory will see him rival Naomi Osaka as the most famous athlete in Japan and could make him a billionaire, according to two-time US Open winner Andy North. “There is more pressure on Hideki to win this major
  6. Tokyo, Japan: The Professional Golfers’ Association of Japan (PGAJ) has hailed Hideki Matsuyama for becoming the first Japanese winner of the Masters Tournament and the country’s first male Major champion. Founded in 1957, the PGA of Japan is one of Asia’s eldest and most respected sporting organisations. Among its more than 5,000 qualified golf professionals who are registered as members and are active in all areas of golf in Japan is none other than Matsuyama. “For many decades, Japanese players have challenged Augusta National with golf fans cheering them on in antic
  7. As Hideki Matsuyama took Augusta by storm, his caddie Shota Hayafuji has been on the bag to witness his epic Masters performance. The video of Shota’s bow as he left the green went viral and although his boss will get all the congratulations, expect Shota to become a star in is own right across Japan. His Earnings Like all caddies, Hayafuji’s salary depends on Matsuyama’s performance in each tournament, and recently his boss’s form has dipped. However, every caddie has their own pay structure that is agreed upon with the golfer they work with and
  8. Thailand’s Patty Tavatanakit won the first major of the year last week at the LPGA’S ANA Inspiration, and now Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama has made it two in a row by grabbing 2021The Masters. This is huge for the future of the game, and especially for golf across Asia, with thousands of youngster keen to take up the game. Ironically, it was Hideki whose victory at the Asian Amateur Championship back in 2010 won him an invitation as an 18-year-old to compete in the 2011 Masters. He went on to be leading amateur that year and won the Silver Cup, which is presente
  9. The Bunker Boys Golf Society The Bunker Boys (affiliated members of the PSC) is one of Pattaya’s oldest Golf Societies having been operating for over 25years. It organises friendly competitions every Monday, Wednesday and Fridays all year round (including Christmas Day!). Bunker Boys are based out of Som’s Bar on Soi Skaew Beach. The Bunker Boys try to play 12 different local courses each month and transport is provided. Everybody is welcome to come and join us. No pre booking is required, just turn up and sign in at the Bar before 9.20am for a pre 10.40am departur
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