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Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open
Emeralda Golf & Country Club
Jakarta, Indonesia 02 Mar 2006 - 05 Mar 2006
Wiratchant Ready for Title Defence
Thaworn Wiratchant has confirmed he will be back to defend his title at next month’s Enjoy Jakarta Indonesia Open – and says he is relishing the challenge. Asia’s Number One will spearhead a strong field at Emeralda Golf Club on March 2-5 in an event that is once again co-sanctioned by The European Tour and the Asian Tour. Joining Thaworn in chasing total prize money of US$1 million will be fellow Thai Thongchai Jaidee, Chinese star Zhang Lian Wei and Ryder Cup legend Sam Torrance.
HSBC Announced as Title Sponsor of Enjoy Jakarta Indonesia Open
HSBC has been announced as the new title sponsor of the Enjoy Jakarta Indonesia Open, which takes place at Emeralda Golf Club, Jakarta, next week from March 2-5. The tournament will now be known as the Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open 2006 with Asian Number One Thaworn Wiratchant of Thailand defending the title.
Wiratchant Looking for Historic Double in Jakarta
Thai golfer Thaworn Wiratchant will attempt to pen another chapter for himself in the annals of European Tour golfing history this week when he defends his title in the Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open. Victory 12 months ago saw the 39 year old follow in the footsteps of his compatriot Thongchai Jaidee by becoming only the second Thai to win on The European Tour. Jaidee made his winning breakthrough in the 2004 Carlsberg Malaysian Open and went on to successfully defend the title the following year, a feat Wiratchant will be hoping to replicate this weekend in the Indonesian capital.
Dodd Searching for Key to Success in Indonesia
Stephen Dodd will tee up in the Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open still searching for a missing link as he attempts to rekindle the form of 2005 which brought him two individual titles and the WGC - World Cup for Wales.
Four-Way Tie for the Lead in Jakarta
Route 66 proved the right road to take in the opening round of the Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open with four players - Simon Dyson of England, David Higgins of Ireland, Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand and Chinese Taipei's Wang Ter-chang - locked together in a share of the lead at the Emeralda Golf and Country Club.
Dyson and Jaidee Tied at the Top in Jakarta
England’s Simon Dyson and Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee are set to rekindle an old rivalry as they head into the weekend sharing the clubhouse lead in the Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open at the Emeralda Golf and Country Club. A two hour storm delay in the morning did nothing to dampen their spirits as both players added four under par 68s to their opening 66s to move to ten under par 134, although their lead could come under threat with 51 players still to complete their second rounds.
Feeling Returns for Dodd as he leads in Jakarta
Welshman Stephen Dodd leapt into a two stroke lead in the Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open at the conclusion of the second round after finishing off a sensational nine under par 63 at the Emeralda Golf and Country Club. Dodd was among the 51 players who returned to the course at 7am to finish their second rounds following the two hour storm delay the previous day, picking up three birdies in his final five holes to complete a back nine of 29.
Dyson Enjoying Life at the Top in Indonesia
England’s Simon Dyson is taking the tournament title to heart and enjoying himself as he goes into the final round of the Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open tied for the lead with Australian Andrew Buckle at the Emeralda Golf and Country Club. Dyson finished a third successive day in a share of the lead and is relishing the experience. A five under par 67 took him to 15 under par 201 and level with Buckle, who moments earlier came in with an impressive seven under par 65.
Dyson cleans up in Indonesia
England’s Simon Dyson held off the brave challenge of Australia’s Andrew Buckle in a classic head-to-head duel over the Emeralda Golf and Country Club to win the Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open. A final round of five under par 67 took Dyson to 20 under par 288 and earned him a two stroke victory over Buckle, who battled back from a devastating quadruple bogey eight on the sixth hole to shoot a three under par 69.
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