Open Success at Banyan Golf Club

Tan Kok Keng with the Hyatt Open trophy alongside Fredrik Harfors, Hotel Manager of Park Hyatt Bangkok; Christian Wurm, GM of Hyatt Regency Hua Hin and THE BARAI; Stacey Walton, GM and Director of Banyan Golf Club and Keith Massey, GM of Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort.
Tan Kok Keng with the Hyatt Open trophy alongside Fredrik Harfors, Hotel Manager of Park Hyatt Bangkok; Christian Wurm, GM of Hyatt Regency Hua Hin and THE BARAI; Stacey Walton, GM and Director of Banyan Golf Club and Keith Massey, GM of Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort.

Hua Hin, Thailand: For the seventh year in succession, Banyan Golf Club played host to the Hyatt Open.
Staged in association with Hyatt Hotels & Resorts Thailand, the two-day event at the Asian Golf Industry Federation Golf Course Facility member venue attracted a full field of 144 players.
“The objective of organising this golf tournament is to continue supporting and promoting Hua Hin as a golf and wellness destination while showcasing the hospitality of Hyatt Hotels and Resorts in Thailand,” said a tournament spokesperson.
At a Charity Dinner, a live auction raised 1.1 million baht (about US$31,800). All proceeds go towards The Beaumont Ruam Pattana School in Chaiyaphum Province, for which the charity will assist in school development and education to create an impact for young under-privileged lives.
Government officials, corporate clients and representatives from golf clubs and associations participated in the 36-hole tournament.
Overall victory went to Tan Kok Keng, a 28-handicapper from Singapore. Playing in Flight ‘C’, Tan posted a two-round nett aggregate of 138. She received a traditional silver Claret Jug Hyatt Open Trophy.
Ng Seng Huat, a nine-handicapper, had a two-day nett total of 149 to top the standings in Flight ‘A’ for players with single-figure handicaps.
Chue Mong Wai, playing off 15, was the winner in Flight ‘B’ with a nett score of 140.
Among the event supporters were the Tourism Authority of Thailand and Titleist, part of the Acushnet company, a Full Business Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
 

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