Photos by Atthaya Thitikul throughout the years

Nov, 2022

Atthaya Thitikul is a natural leader. The 19-year old Thai phenom is now the No. 1 player in the game. In her first year on LPGA Tour, she was the No. 1 female golfer.

Thitikul’s win at the Ladies European Thailand Championship in 2017 was a huge success. Thitikul won the event at the age of 14 years, 4months and 19 days. This broke Brooke Henderson’s record for the youngest winner of a professional tournament.

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Thitikul won the tournament in 2019 again and became a professional at the beginning of 2020. Thitikul won her first professional win at the Thai LPGA Championship after a forced break from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thitikul started playing on the European Tour regularly in 2021, and she made a significant impact. She would win the Tipsport Czech Ladies’ Open, her third European Tour title but her first professional title.

Thitikul was awarded European Merit of Order, Rookie of Year and the Tote Award. He also qualified for the LPGA after finishing third at Q-School.

Thitikul made her LPGA Tour debut in March 2022. She didn’t have to wait long to win her first LPGA title.

Thitikul won the JTBC Classic in Singapore, her fifth LPGA appearance. She defeated fan favorite Danielle Kang to her second LPGA victory at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship.

Atthaya Thitikul, the second-youngest female to hold the top position in the world rankings has looked like she’s here to stay.

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