Thammanoon Sriroj (born 24 June 1969) is a Thai professional golfer who plays on the Asian Tour. He has five Asian Tour wins and was one of the first ten men to reach one million dollars in Asian Tour career earnings. He has five brothers who are professional golfers and is a cousin of Asian Tour golfer Chawalit Plaphol, with whom he represented Thailand in the 2000 WGC-World Cup. The Thai star normally keeps two drivers in his bag, one for distance and one for accuracy. He comes from a family of golfers, with five brothers being professional golfers as well. He is a natural left-hander but switched to playing golf right-handed as “my brothers would knock me in the head to swing it like them.” Grew up near a golf course in Chonburi and started playing the game in his early teens.
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