Sixteen-year-old breaks career record – on event she won as a 14-year-old

Posted by on June 22, 2019  /   Posted in golf reviews

Thitikul won the European women's women's championship 2017 in just 14 years European European soccer championship: third-round scoreboard – 17 A Thitikul (Tha); -9 O Cowan (Ger), E Henseleit (Ger); -6 M Skarpnord (Nor), T Daffinrud (Nor), B Allen (USA); -4 C Jaengkit (Tha), N Nimitpongkul (Tha) Other selected: -2 H Burke (Eng); -1 E Givens (Eng), F Johnson (Eng); E A Dimmock (Eng); +1 B Morgan (Wal), L Young (Eng); +3 M Thomson (Sco), M MacLaren (Eng), C Booth (Sco); +4 K Henry (Sco); +6 H Clyburn (Eng) Complete standings

Teenager Atthaya Thitikul broke the European Women's Ladies' Record record on the way to building an eight-shot lead on the Pattaya final.

The 16-year-old, who won the event two years ago, played a nine-under-63 card – a beat better than the previous lowest round.

She made seven birdies and an eagle on the seventh hole.

"I placed the ball where I wanted it and it was near the pin," she said.

"I gave myself easy putts and made them. On the back nine I played golf easily and it gave me more confidence.

" I don't want to talk about the future because anything can happen, but I will play my game and do my best. "

Thailand & Thitikul – who won the leading amateur prize at the Women & # 39; s British Open 2018 – held a round at the end of the second round

She is now eight strips from the hands of the Germans Olivia Cowan and Esther Henseleit who shot rounds of 67 and 69 respectively to sit at nine.

The English Hannah Burke is the highest-placed Briton in the field, who is stuck below par for the fourteenth and two.

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