Louise scored rounds of 82, 78 and 90 in the three day event held at The Pine Golf Club and Lodge in Bangkok, an 18-hole, par 72 golf course features a challenging 6,917 yards of fun and beautiful landscape surrounded by a gigantic lake and pristine nature, over the weekend of Oct 23-25, and walked away with the title after beating her nearest rival by four strokes.
In July, Louise, who is a student at HeadStart International School and member of Laguna Golf Phuket, won the U9 category of the TGA Golf Junior Championship at the Katathong Golf Club scoring rounds of 65 & 69.
But her most memorable achievement came in October last year when aged just six she made history by becoming the youngest golfer ever to achieve a hole-in-one on the club’s newly upgraded golf course.
The 9th TrueVision-Singha Junior Golf Championship 2015-16 year was organised by TrueVisions and Thailand Junior Golf Federation and sponsored by the Singha Corporation and Siam Country Club group and saw 88 young golfers – boys and girls – partake.
The first round of the TrueVision-Singha Junior Golf Championship for the 2016/17 season will be held on Nov 19-20 at Suwannaphumi Golf and Country Club in Bangkok.