Prayad was a member of Thailand's winning golf team at the 1987 South East Asian Games and turned professional in 1991. He has been a member of the Asian Tour since it began in its modern form in 1995. He has won seven events on the tour, becoming one of the first ten men to reach a million U.S. dollars in career earnings. He has also competed on the Japan Golf Tour and in 2008 won three tournaments in Japan.
Prayad received a special invitation to play in the 2008 Masters Tournament. Marksaeng shot an 82 (+10) in the first round and withdrew midway through the second round due to a back injury.
2004 Singha Masters
2005 Singha Pattaya Open
2007 B-Ing TPC Championships, Singha E-San Open
2008 Singha Masters
2009 Singha Championship
2010 Singha Classic
2012 Singha Masters
2013 Singha E-San Open, Road To Panasonic Open Singha Bangkok Open
2014 Singha Pattaya Open, Singha All Thailand Grand Final
2015 Singha Pattaya Open, Singha Chiangmai Open, Singha Masters
2016 Singha Hua Hin Open, Singha Chiangmai Open
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