The Thai veteran star made two birdies against six bogeys to end the week on 9-over 289, with Jim Furyk winning the tournament 7-under 273 after the posting a final round 71 to win by three shots from Retief Goosen and Mike Weir.
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This week was only Thongchai’s fourth start of the year on PGA Tour Champions after COVID-19 threw a spanner in his schedule after earning his card by finishing second in Qualifying School in December of 2019.
He finished T11 in his last start at the Principal Charity Classic in June and was in the top-30 in two other appearances.
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