Taiwan's Chan Shih-chang claims inaugural Royal's Cup Thailand title in Kanchanaburi


Taiwan's Chan Shih-chang reacting during round four of the Thailand Royal's Cup golf tournament in Kanchanaburi. Chan's His last round four-under par 68, to finish 23 under for the tournament was enough to fend off Thailand's Sadom Kaewkanjana and American Sihwan Kim who came equal second and were three shots behind overall.- AFP

BANGKOK, Feb 27, 2022 (AFP): Taiwan's Chan Shih-chang claimed the inaugural Royal's Cup golf tournament in Thailand on Sunday, capping off a stellar run of four days as clubhouse leader.

His last round four-under par 68, to finish 23 under for the tournament was enough to fend off Thailand's Sadom Kaewkanjana and American Sihwan Kim who came equal second and were three shots behind overall.

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