Thitiphun Chuayprakong,born 15 July 1992 is a Thai professional golfer.
Nicknamed ‘Tote’ by his friends which means slow. He likes to do things in his own pace.
Credits his rise to his sports psychologist who has injected self-belief in his game.
Broke through for his first Asian Tour victory at 2016 Bashundhara Bangladesh Open. Qualified for maiden Major appearance at the U.S. Open in 2016. Earned alternate status from sectional qualifying in Japan and got into the field when Tiger Woods withdrew. Missed cut. Enjoyed two top-10s at King’s Cup and Shinhan Donghae Open in 2016. Finished fifth at the 2015 Indonesian Masters. Came to prominence in 2011 when he contended at the Indonesian Masters and was in the final group with eventual winner Lee Westwood in the final round. Finished joint third place, his best finish in his rookie year.
Asian Tour wins
2010 Singha All Thailand Challenge
2013 Singha Classic (All Thailand Golf Tour)
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