QUEEN SIRIKIT - LIVE NOW

8/05/2018


Keep up to date with our three players Juliana Hung, Brittney Dryland and Caryn Khoo as they looks to take on the world's best in Thailand. 



 
 
 
 
 


Queen Sirikit Cup Preview

The 40th edition of the Queen Sirikit Cup kicks off tomorrow as Juliana Hung (Canterbury), Brittney Dryland (Auckland) and Caryn Khoo (Auckland) look to take on the world at the Thana City Country Club.

With a number of players unavailable due to U.S college commitments this new look team now has a chance to showcase their skills on the international stage and although they play this event for the first time, the trio certainly doesn’t lack form.

Dryland is coming off the back of a superb win at the Carrus Open last month in the Jennian Homes Charles Tour season finale where Khoo pushed her all the way.

Hung has added the South Island U19 Stroke Play title to her CV to join the New Zealand Stroke Play Championship which she recently won at the Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club topping off a great month for the Cantabrian.

Travelling and supporting the team who are aiming to bring home the trophy for the first time since 1999 will be New Zealand Golf’s National Coach Jay Carter.

The event scoring format records the best two stroke-play scores daily for each team, while an individual prize is also up for grabs. New Zealand has won the Queen Sirikit Cup on three occasions back in 1984, 1990 and as mentioned, the latest victory was in 1999.

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  • OOM LEADERBOARD

    RANK PLAYER SCORE
    1 Hillier, Daniel 134.67
    2 Mountcastle, Kerry 111.87
    3 McLean, Matthew 108.29
    4 Lee, Jang Hyun 90.89
    5 Koong, Kevin 86.92
    RANK PLAYER SCORE
    1 Dryland, Brittney 194.37
    2 Jung, Miree 137.32
    3 Hung, Juliana 136.13
    4 Lu, Vivian 127.43
    5 Lim, Carmen 106.61