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Atthaya Thitikul - the Thailand golf prodigy breaks the Ladies European Championship record

Atthaya Thitikul - the Thailand golf prodigy breaks the Ladies European Championship record

Atthaya Thitikul, 16-year-old Golfer hits 63 strokes (par72) in the third round - the lowest number in the Ladies European Thailand Championship history.

With seven birdies, an eagle and no Bogey, Thailand golf prodigy Atthaya Thitikul scored -9 points in the third round, better than the old one record. 16-year-old golfer shared: "I beat almost perfectly in this round. The ball came to the right place and was very close to the flag. Thanks to that, I only had to brush from close range. In the last nine holes, when confidence increased, I played golf easily".

Atthaya Thitikul is known as a Thai female golf prodigy. She won the Ladies European Thailand Championship since she was 14 years old. Atthaya Thitikul is currently the youngest person to the throne at a professional tournament in the Golden Temple land. Thitikul was also the best amateur amateur at major ANA Inspiration 2018 and Women's British Open 2018.

Thitikul cautiously said: "I don't want to talk about the future. Anything can happen but I will be loyal to my play and do the best I can". 

Atthaya Thitikul, with a total score of -17, holds the top of the table before the Ladies European Thailand Championship finals with eight strokes the team pursues. German golfer pair Olivia Cowan and Esther Henseleit ranked second with the same score of -9. If championed, Thitikul will become the youngest golfer at the Ladies Tour events in Thailand.