Asian Tour, qualified for the final for the cards

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Asian Tour, qualified for the final for the cards

The only Frenchman qualified for the final stage of the accession test to the Asian circuit, Jérémy Gandon is one of the 70 players selected to play the last round at the Lake View Resort Golf Club in Hua Hin in Thailand.

Jérémy Gandon, results

Despite a first card over par and a costly bogey-triple sequence on Saturday in the 4th round he played on the delicate “C-D” composite course of the Lake View Resort, the Drômois Jérémy Gandon occupies the 54th place after 72 holes .

Only the first 70 and tied being invited to play the 5th and last round, he can try to climb among the first 35 on Sunday in order to win a category. The native of Valence, a graduate of Kansas University, who had chosen to put aside his chances of reaching the final of the Qschools of the DP World Tour to devote himself to those of the Korn Ferry Tour, organized on the same dates, n finally landed only a partial category on the PGA Tour promotion circuit.

If all goes well, he could therefore find himself a member of the Asian Tour in a few hours. It should be noted that Davis Love IV, the son of the captain of the last Presidents Cup, Davis Love III, is off to a very good start since he is in the top 10.

Thailand is a Southeast Asian country known for tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins, and ornate temples containing representations of the Buddha. In the capital Bangkok, ultra-modern buildings alternate with quiet areas on the banks of the canals and famous temples such as Wat Arun, Wat Pho and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew).

Nearby are beach resorts like bustling Pattaya and more fashionable Hua Hin. Between the 1980s and 1990s, Thailand underwent a significant industrialization process that led it to be one of the middle-income powers among the countries bordering the Pacific, becoming one of the most powerful countries in the Southeast Asia]; the key sectors of the Thai economy are tourism, manufacturing and exports.