The full list of past players at Thailand Golf Championship tournament on the Asian Tour
Turned Pro : 2002
Professional Wins : 2012
Thailand Golf Championship
The Amata Spring Country Club has proven to be a happy hunting ground for Charl, who was runner-up in the inaugural 2011 event before triumphing in 2012. The Johannesburg native has one Major under his belt — the 2011 Masters.
Birthplace : Gothenburg, Sweden
Turned Pro : 1998
Professional Wins : 17
Birthplace : Johannesburg, South Africa
Turned Pro : 1998
Professional Wins : 18
Birthplace : Murrieta, California
Turned Pro : 2009
Professional Wins : 5
Known for his colourful style and popularity, Fowler, who is of part Japanese heritage, is one of the game’s brightest prospects.
Turned Pro : 1993
He turned pro soon after and has since recorded 10 professional wins. He is Thailand’s Golf Ambassador, having been appointed by the Tourism Authority of Thailand in 2009. Already a superstar within Asia, the young golfer is also a popular figure in Europe and the United States.
Turned Pro : 2000
Charley has proven himself against the best players in world and shot an impressive 62 final round to win the 2010 Deutsche Bank Championship, one of the Tour’s Fed Ex Playoff events. This win provided Charley with invitations to all four Majors in the 2011 season, including his first appearance at The Masters at Augusta National.
Turned Pro : 1999
Simon won again in early September, shooting a final-round 66 at Hilversumsche GC to win the KLM Open in the Netherlands, edging David Lynn by a stroke. He began the day two strokes off James Kingston and Gary Orr’s leading pace. That was the third time he’d won that tournament. In 2011, Simon Dyson finished 10th on the European Tour’s Race to Dubai standings.
Turned Pro : 1987
John’s last PGA Tour victory came in San Diego in 2004, earning him a two-year playing exemption. For 2011, he did not have full playing privileges on the PGA Tour, and must rely on his status as a past champion, and on sponsor invitations, to gain entry to events. John is the only man from either Europe or the United States to win two major golf championships but not participate in the Ryder Cup.