Over the past two editions teen prodigy Atthaya Thitikul and unfancied Kanyalak Preedasuttijit made the country proud by winning the title despite facing tough competition from leading players on the LET. They will be competing in a 72-hole strokeplay format for which only the top 60 will make the weekend cut. Apart from the world ranking points, the LET Thailand Championship winner will receive an LET Tour card which guarantees them qualification for both the British Women’s Open and the Evian Championship. Moreover, European LET members are eligible to earn Solheim Cup points for top-10 finishes and this week marks a golden opportunity for the LET players to push to qualify for Team Europe. Daily tickets costing just Bt100 are available at the public entrance to the course, while those under 18 and over 60 can get in for free.
Source: The Nation Bangkok June 18, 2019 18:00 UTC