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Sport Tavatanakit hopes to impress in Singapore as LPGA Tour returns to Asia

09:50  28 april  2021
09:50  28 april  2021 Source:   reuters.com

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(Reuters) - World number one Ko Jin-young, two-times champion Inbee Park and holder Park Sung-hyun head the field at the HSBC Women's World Championship starting on Thursday as the LPGA Tour returns to Asia for the first time in 18 months amid the COVID-19 crisis.

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The 13th edition of the tournament, which has been dubbed "Asia's major", will take place at Singapore's Sentosa Golf Club with 69 players from 18 nations, including 22 different major winners, competing for a share of $1.6 million on offer.

ANA Inspiration winner Patty Tavatanakit of Thailand will make her debut in the no-cut event, which was among a host of tournaments that were not held last year due to the pandemic.

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"I'm feeling good about where my game is now, and I feel ready to take on the rest of the season," Tavatanakit, who won her first major this month in her rookie year on tour, said after receiving a sponsor invitation to the Singapore event.

"The win at the ANA Inspiration hasn't really sunk in yet, but I'm so grateful to my coaches and trainers who helped make that lifelong dream a reality...


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"I'll be familiar with the conditions in Singapore so I hope I can do well."

Others in contention include American Danielle Kang, New Zealand's Lydia Ko, South Korea's Kim Hyo-joo and Japan's Nasa Hataoka.

A limited number of fans will be allowed to watch the event at the venue due to COVID-19 safety restrictions.

The HSBC Women's World Championship will be followed by the Honda LPGA Thailand from May 6-9. The May 13-16 Blue Bay LPGA scheduled in China was cancelled due to travel restrictions.

Following the Thailand tournament, the LPGA Tour will return to the United States for the $1.3 million Pure Silk Championship at Williamsburg, Virginia.

Asia is then scheduled to stage four back-to-back events starting October - in China, South Korea, Taiwan and Japan.

(Reporting by Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru; Editing by Christopher Cushing)

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