SCG and SCGC Award 20 Baht Weight of Gold, Congratulate ‘Pro Jeen’ & ‘Pro Meaw’ for First LPGA Titles

SCG and SCG Chemicals or SCGCChemicals Business for Sustainability, extends the warmest congratulations to Pro JeenAtthaya Thitikul after capturing the JBTC Classic, presented by Barbasol, for her first LPGA title at California, USA and Pro Meaw Pajaree Anannarukarn who won the LPGA Tour at the ISPS HANDA World Invitational in Northern Ireland, UK last year.

 Mr. Roongrote Rangsiyopash, President & CEO of SCG, said “SCG would like to congratulate Pro Jeen and Pro Meaw for successfully capturing LPGA champions. Given their goals and commitments, we would like to thank them for bringing joy to Thai people. I believe that Pro Jeen and Pro Meaw will find their path to success, similar to golfing sisters Pro May – Ariya Jutanugarn and Pro Mo – Moriya Jutanugarn, and will, again in the future, bring pride to Thai people and their fans worldwide.

Mr. Tanawong Areeratchakul, Chief Executive Officer and President of SCG Chemicals or SCGC, said “Both Pro Jeen and Pro Meaw set their remarkable examples for Thai youths who have a dream, dare to make it come true and stand ready to overcome all obstacles with a will. SCGC praises this success and is willing to cheer on Thailand’s wonder girls to earn a reputation at every tournament for the country.”

‘Pro Jeen’ Atthaya Thitikul, 19 years and 25 days, is the youngest golfer ever to win the LPGA Tour in the past six years. Back to 2017, Pro Jeen was the youngest golfer ever to win a professional golf tournament at the age of 14 years, 4 months and 19 days after winning the Ladies European Thailand Championship. Two years later, as an amateur golfer, she won the professional golf tournament ‘Ladies European Thailand Championship 2019′ again and became the youngest golfer ever who was ranked first of the Ladies European Tour at the age of 18 years, 9 months and 8 days.

In 2020, Pro Jeen turned professional and was ranked first in Thailand and LPGA Tour. And, in the previous year, she won several awards including Ladies European Tour’s Race to Costa del Sol, Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year.

‘Pro Meaw’ Pajaree Anannarukarn became the fifth Thai golfer who won the LPGA Tour at the ISPS Handa World Invitational 2021 and continues her good performance, meanwhile, ‘Pro Jeen’ is the sixth golf player who won the LPGA Tour. These are similar to Pro May – Ariya Jutanugarn – Pro Mo – Moriya Jutanugarn who won the LPGA Tour and brought pride to Thai people, with full support from SCG, SCGC, SCGP and COTTO.

Published on: Mar 30, 2022

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