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Chawalit Plaphol

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Full name  Chawalit Plaphol
Role  Golfer
Asian tour wins  4
Nationality  Thailand
Height  1.78 m
Japan golf tour  1
Other  2
Current tours  Asian Tour
Professional wins  7
Name  Chawalit Plaphol
Turned professional  1996

Chawalit Plaphol Chawalit Plaphol Asian Tour Professional Golf in Asia
Born  30 August 1974 (age 41) (1974-08-30)

Asian Tour Golf Feature-Chawalit Plaphol

Chawalit Plaphol (born 30 August 1974) is a Thai golfer.


He took up golf at the age of twelve and won team and individual gold medals for Thailand at the 1995 South East Asian Games. He turned professional in 1996 and has been a regular competitor on the Asian Tour since that year. He has won two Asian Tour events and in 2005 he achieved a career best order of merit placing of seventh. He also plays on the Japan Golf Tour, on which he was victorious in the 2004 ANA Open. He represented Thailand in the 2000 WGC-World Cup alongside his cousin Thammanoon Srirot.

Amateur wins (1)

  • 1995 South East Asian Games (individual and team)
  • Japan Golf Tour wins (1)

  • 2004 ANA Open
  • All Thailand Golf Tour wins (2)

  • 2005 Chevrolet Championship
  • 2013 Singha All Thailand Grand Final
  • Other wins (2)

  • 1998 Hugo Boss Foursomes (China; with Jim Rutledge)
  • 2010 ICTSI Mt. Malarayat Championship (Mercedes-Benz Tour, Philippines)
  • Team appearances

  • World Cup (representing Thailand): 2000
  • References

    Chawalit Plaphol Wikipedia