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March 31: Jonathan Moore of the United States was in contention at the halfway stage of the Chiangmai Golf Classic presented by PTT. He ended the week on 10-under-par 278 for a top-30 result and soaked in the positives. In this blog, he talks about Chiangmai and his golf game.
By Jonathan Moore
It was a great experience. It was fun because I got into contention after the first two days. I battled with the putter during the weekend. It was great playing with Prayad Marksaeng in the third round.
The crowd was good and the experience helps. It only makes you better in the long run. That are definitely things that you can take back. It was a positive experience.
I didn’t know where my game was heading into this week. I felt like I did pretty good if I kept putting the way I did the first two days. It could have been a pretty good week.
It was a fun week. My father-in-law and his friend were here this week. Claire was on my bag again and we are just enjoying our time on the Asian Tour.
Chiangmai is a little bit more relaxed. It is a beautiful place and it is fun. Seeing the mountains in the distance when you are playing gives you a sense of comfort. They said it will be a little bit cooler up here but it wasn’t! People are friendly here and they cheer for good shots. They are quick to give you a smile to encourage you even though yesterday (Saturday) didn’t go as good as I hope it would be.
I made some fans and the people at the tee box were nice. I’m going home for a few weeks and regroup. Hopefully I’m recharged and play good in Korea and Indonesia.