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Team SEA reaffirms Pradera commitment

/ 05:20 AM January 14, 2018

“We are very quite optimistic of our chances,” said Team SEA co-captain Jantsoon Kan, whose team is made up of the leading amateurs from Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. “But we would like to thank this opportunity to thank the organizers for putting up this event.”

The young aces also reaffirmed their support to the event pitting the top players from other SEA countries against the leading Filipino jungolfers and amateurs.


The visiting side fashioned out a dominant 19.5-10.5 romp in the inaugural staging of the event last year.

“We’d like to thank the organizers for this pioneering event and hope the Pradera Challenge will continue every year,” said Team SEA co-skipper Phunampa Pornperapan, who will lean on the likes of Kultida Pramphun, Onkanok Soisuwan and Pinkaew Trachentong along with Indonesian Michela Tjan and 13-year-olds Pimkwan Chookaew and Phannarai Meesom-us of Thailand and Singapore’s Shannon Tan.


Team Philippines is going all out to even things up on a squad boosted by amateur sensation Yuka Saso.

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