The Blue Horizon World Corporate Golf Challenge, Thailand

The WCGC Thailand roared back into action in 2018 with a new Title Sponsor ‘Blue Horizon’ at the helm of the event, and a new scoring system. With a title sponsor on board it enabled the entry fees to be lowered significantly from last year helping the event double participation on last year event with over 150 teams taking part in 2018.

The 2018 event culminated with 19 teams battling it out at the Thailand National final at Laguna Golf Club in Phuket. The winners would have the honour of representing Thailand at the world final in Cascais, Portugal.

It was a scorching hot morning in Phuket, with the course in brilliant condition, set up in tournament conditions with some very tasty Pin Positions.

Team Prime Real Estate (Paul Judge and Pim Surintarangoul) came out victorious with an amazing score of 44 better ball points, birdieing the last hole and winning on countback, booking their ticket to Portugal for the WCGC World Final.

We look forward to welcoming all participants back later in the year for their quest to reach the World Corporate Golf Challenge, World Final 2019.

The World Corporate Golf Challenge is the biggest corporate golf tournament in the world and, since its inception 25 years ago, over one million golfers have competed across the globe for the chance to represent their company and country 2018 the World Finals.

More than 30 countries will participate at the 2018 World Final in Cascais, Portugal. To find these 30 lucky national finalists, Licensees will have organised around 150 national qualifying events that attract over 7,500 business executives globally.

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Tanutam Thawan

Local Thai journalist speaking fluent Thai and English. Tanutam studied in Khon Kaen before attending Bangkok’s Chulalongkhorn University.

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