In Bangkok, the first round of the Thailand Classic, the DP World Tour tournament, smiles at Sami Valimaki and Martin Simonsen. The Finn and the Dane, with a score of 64 (-8), on the course of the Amata Spring CC (par 72) share the top of the classification with a lead over the Germans Yannik Paul and Alexander Knappe, both 3/i with 65 (-7).
Thailand Classic, results
Among the Azzurri, Edoardo Molinari is 53/o with 70 (-2), while Guido Migliozzi is 116/o with 74 (+2). And if the Turinese – vice-captain of the Europe team at the Ryder Cup in Rome, scheduled from September 29th to October 1st at the ‘Marco Simone’ – has made three birdies, with a bogey, the Vicenza player risks his third consecutive outing.
A double bogey, two bogeys and two birdies for Migliozzi, called to comeback in the second lap. Try bogey free instead for Valimaki. Number 284 in the world, the 24-year-old from Nokia (with a title on the circuit) was the protagonist with eight birdies.
While Simonsen, 31 years old from Aalborg and 406th in the world ranking (still without victories on the DP World Tour), stood out with an eagle and seven birdies (also a bogey for him). The event, which offers 2 million dollars, now in its third edition, is back this year on the calendar of the top continental men’s circuit seven years after the last time.
Bangkok 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.[2 ] 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.
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