The weather is at its best, and Pattaya’s 28 excellent golf courses will be in superb condition as well.
Ariya Jutanugarn past champion
So combining a great golf vacation could mean you also get to see the worlds top female golfers compete for the Honda LPGA Thailand 2024 as well.
The world’s leading players, led by defending champion Lilia Vu, are once more primed to dazzle at the Honda LPGA Thailand 2024, one of the jewels in the crown of professional golf in Asia.
Featuring a star-studded cast, the 72-hole stroke play event will be staged at the Old Course at Siam Country Club in Pattaya from Feb 22-25, 2024, and will offer a prize fund of US$1.7 million.
Within a 72-player line-up, fans will witness the presence of world No.1 Vu, a two-time major victor, alongside a robust contingent from Thailand.
Celebrating its 17th edition next year, the Honda LPGA Thailand is one of the region’s longest-running female golf events.
On a thrilling final day at the Honda LPGA Thailand 2023 at Siam Country Club in February, Vu held off the challenge of Thai rookie Natthakrita Vongtaveelap to claim her maiden LPGA Tour title, which proved the catalyst for a sensational season.
She has since won two major crowns at the Chevron Championship and the Women’s British Open, as well as last week’s The Annika.
Several Thai players who will take part in the 2004 edition include Natthakrita, Pajaree Anannarukarn, Patty Tavatanakit, Ariya Jutanugarn and Atthaya Thitikul.
Ariya’s triumph in the Honda LPGA Thailand in 2021, when she edged out Atthaya by one stroke, remains the only Thai victory in the event.
Major champion Patty said: “This event plays a crucial role in promoting Thailand as a golf destination. It has successfully attracted tourists to play golf in Thailand, and it’s been great for Thailand.”
So maybe if you fancy watching the stars tackle one of Pattaya’s top courses then check out golf holidays in Pattaya at www.golfasian.com
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