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    Thais, Australians join battle as PGT Asia action resumes at Pradera

    Jan 9, 2019
    Former qualifying tournament topnotcher Pasavee Lertvilai returns for a shot at a PGT Asia title.

    TOP golfers from Thailand and Australia battle with local shotmakers as the Philippine Golf Tour Asia resumes next week at the Pradera Golf and Country Club in Lubao, Pampanga.

    Thailand’s Wisut Artjanawat, former PGTA Q-School topnotcher Pasavee Lertvilai, Poosit Supupramai, Thammanoon Sriroj and Namchok Tantiphokakul join last year’s runner-up Andrew Campbell and fellow Australians Clayton Bridge, Nathan Park and Simon Viitakangas in the roster in the $100,000 event which serves as the eighth leg of the second season of the regional pro golf circuit put up by ICTSI.

    Americans Sydney Chung, Dylan Jackson, Andy Kang and Lexus Keoninh, Englishmen Benjamin David, Joe Knox and George Twyman, Keisuke Takahashi of Japan, Korea’s Hwang Myung Chal, Spain’s Salvador Paya Vila, Peter Stojanovski of Macedonia and Manila-based Dutchman Guido Van der Valk are also in the fold, all eager to slug it out with the best of the best for a crack at the top $17,500 purse in the event firing off Jan. 16.

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    Jhonnel Ababa, who beat Campbell by two last year to emerge the first PGT Asia back-to-back winner after also ruling the Eagle Ridge Invitational, banners the locals’ challenge in the 72-hole championship organized by Pilipinas Golf Tournaments, Inc.

    Joenard Rates, winner of the PGT Asia leg at Summit Point last November, also hopes to figure in the title hunt on a flat but challenging course.

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    Other top locals seeing action are Jay Bayron, Jerson Balasabas, Tony Lascuña and Elmer Salvador and young guns Justin Quiban, James Ryan Lam, Ira Alido and Keanu Jahns.

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    Former qualifying tournament topnotcher Pasavee Lertvilai returns for a shot at a PGT Asia title.
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