Leading LPGA stars set for Siam Old Course showdown

Atthaya Thitikul shot a nine-under 72 in the opening round at Oak Valley on Thurdsay. — AFP

AS the region hosts the tail-end of the 2022 LPGA Tour with the staging of a handful of events, including this week’s BMW Ladies Championship in South Korea, so too are plans already underway for the circuit’s swing through South-East Asia again early next season.

After the visit Down Under, the Tour will makes its way to Singapore for the HSBC Women’s World Championships and then onto Thailand for the Honda LPGA Thailand 2023.

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