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  1. World’s top four says ready for Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018
  2. Thai players ready to challenge for Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018 victory
  3. Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018 players showcase Thai aesthetics through traditional costume and handmade flower garland workshop
  4. Honda LPGA THAILAND joins hands with four top women golfers to renovate BBL ground, donate sports equipment and provide school lunch funding in tournament’s CSR program
  5. Honda LPGA Thailand 2018 to fulfill Thai junior golfers’ dream with “Honda LPGA THAILAND Junior Golf Clinic 2018”
February 22, 2018
World’s top four says ready for Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018
The highly-anticipated international women golf competition in Thailand, Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018, is ready to kick start with the four top ranked players on World Rankings confirming thrilled attendance. They are world’s No.1 Shanshan Feng (2nd from left) of China, the tournament’s new face No. 2 Sung Hyun Park (1st from left) of South Korea,...
February 22, 2018
Thai players ready to challenge for Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018 victory
Pattaya - 21 February 2018: “Thai Sisters” Moriya and Ariya Jutanugarn assured they are going to put their best foot forward to clinch the first LPGA title in homeland as a gift for fans. World’s No.1 Shanshan Feng of China promised to deliver optimum performance at the US$ 1.6 million (approximately THB 51 million) Honda...
February 22, 2018
Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018 players showcase Thai aesthetics through traditional costume and handmade flower garland workshop
Honda executives led by Mr. Shinji Aoyama (center, standing), President and CEO of Asian Honda Motor Co., Ltd,  Mr. Gaku Nakanishi (right, standing) President and CEO of Honda Automobile (Thailand) Col., Ltd, and Mr. Pitak Pruittisarikorn (left, standing), Chief Operating Officer, Honda Automobile (Thailand) Co., Ltd, and six golf players who are set to compete...
February 22, 2018
World’s top four says ready for Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018
The highly-anticipated international women golf competition in Thailand, Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018, is ready to kick start with the four top ranked players on World Rankings confirming thrilled attendance. They are world’s No.1 Shanshan Feng (2nd from left) of China, the tournament’s new face No. 2 Sung Hyun Park (1st from left) of South Korea,...
February 22, 2018
Thai players ready to challenge for Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018 victory
Pattaya - 21 February 2018: “Thai Sisters” Moriya and Ariya Jutanugarn assured they are going to put their best foot forward to clinch the first LPGA title in homeland as a gift for fans. World’s No.1 Shanshan Feng of China promised to deliver optimum performance at the US$ 1.6 million (approximately THB 51 million) Honda...
February 22, 2018
Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018 players showcase Thai aesthetics through traditional costume and handmade flower garland workshop
Honda executives led by Mr. Shinji Aoyama (center, standing), President and CEO of Asian Honda Motor Co., Ltd,  Mr. Gaku Nakanishi (right, standing) President and CEO of Honda Automobile (Thailand) Col., Ltd, and Mr. Pitak Pruittisarikorn (left, standing), Chief Operating Officer, Honda Automobile (Thailand) Co., Ltd, and six golf players who are set to compete...
February 26, 2017
AMY YANG SETS TOURNAMENT RECORD WITH WIN AT HONDA LPGA THAILAND

Marathon weekend of golf ends with a new tournament record. Amy Yang held off So Yeon Ryu on the final day of the Honda LPGA Thailand to win the event for the second time in the last three seasons and pick up her third career victory. With a birdie on the final hole, Yang carded…

February 25, 2017
HONDA LPGA THAILAND ROUND 3 RECAP

Amy Yang wrapped up a third-round 65 to extend her lead to five shots entering the final round of the Honda LPGA Thailand. Third round play resumed at 7:09 a.m. local time with Yang needing to finish five holes. “You know, we been waking up early because the weather is getting up, so think it’s…

February 23, 2017
ARIYA JUTANUGARN AND AMY YANG SHARE THE OPENING ROUND LEAD IN THAILAND

The one that got away. In 2013, a then 17-year-old, Ariya Jutanugarn led the field heading into the final round of the Honda LPGA Thailand but could only capture a runner-up finish after a triple bogey on the 18th hole. Those dropped shots paved the way for an Inbee Park victory. Jump to 2017 and…

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Honda joins force with IMG to host “Honda LPGA THAILAND 2018

Event highlights 12th anniversary celebration and features big names including nine  of world’s top ten; Moriya-Ariya and more Thai golf stars aim for first LPGA title on home soil