Since the Abu Dhabi HSBC in January of last year, in which Rafa Cabrera Bello was second, the Canary Islander hadn’t had such a good result in a tournament. The Spaniard finished fifth in the Thailand Classic after a great final round of 68.
Rafa Cabrera Bello, results
Little could be done to hunt down the leader, the Danish Thorbjorn Olesen, who finally won the tournament four strokes ahead of the German Yannik Paul. Only Nicolai Hojgaard came to disturb the final winner, who put land in the middle with three birdies in a row.
What’s more, Olesen signed the best lap of the day at Amata Spring Chon Buri in Bangkok, thanks to his 66 impacts. Third were the Dutchman Joost Luiten and the German Alexander Knappe. Rafa finished seven strokes behind the leader.
Pablo Larrazábal finished in 38th place (-8), Alejandro del Rey was 46th (-7) and Adrián Otaegui and Jorge Campillo, 66th (-3). Bangkok, officially known as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon or Krung Thep, is Thailand’s largest city and people located along the Chao Phraya River, near the Gulf of Thailand.
According to the 2020 census, there were 10.539 million inhabitants, 15.3% of the country’s population, while over 14 million (22.2%) lived in the metropolitan region in 2010, which also includes the surrounding provinces.
Among the most populous and busiest cities in the world, as well as one of the favorite destinations of world tourism, starting from the second half of the twentieth century it has experienced a very rapid industrial development, representing one of the most economically powerful cities in Southeast Asia.
Bangkok’s economy ranked sixth among Asian cities in terms of GDP per capita, after Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Osaka–Kobe and Seoul as of 2010, making it one of the most important cities in Asia. The territory of the administrative area of Bangkok is almost entirely covered by the city, extending for 1568.7 km² and making the capital of Thailand one of the largest urban centers in the world.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Region extends beyond the borders of Bangkok and includes the neighboring provinces of Samut Samut Prakankhon south, Nakhon Pathom to the west, Pathum Thani and Nonthaburi to the north. Bangkok Municipality is landlocked with a stretch of coastline 4.4 km long.
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