Jakarta, 10 December 2019 --- POOM Saksansin is determined to defend his title at the BNI Indonesian Masters 2019. The Thai golfer hopes to boost his confidence when he performs at Royale Jakarta Golf Club (RJGC), 12-15 December 2019. Later, Saksansin did feel that his game was less than perfect, especially his swing. He even had to change his style to get the best hit.
"I tried a few fields to get my hit feeling back. At this Royal Jakarta I hope to be better, and I will try hard for it," said Saksansin, after enjoying his performance at the Pro-Am Golf Tournament, Tuesday (10/12) at RJGC. Saksansin explained, his shot improved after playing a few holes at RJGC. That's why he feels better prepared. But, the golfer who was born on 4 June 1993 also did not underestimate the other participants because they also certainly prepared themselves well.
Saksansin himself admitted that he was happy to appear again at the Indonesian BNI Masters 2019. It was not separated from the sweet achievements he had carved during appearing at the event with a total prize of US $ 750,000. Noted, Saksansin emerged as a champion in 2016. It not only marked his success at the BNI Indonesian Masters, but also added the status as the youngest golfer who was able to succeed at BNI Indonesian Masters. At that time, he was 23 years old. Not successfully defending in 2017, Saksansin's greatness won the BNI Indonesian Masters 2018 title again. The success was achieved after reaping 20 strokes under par or a total of 268 strokes. He is 3 strokes ahead of Jazz Janewattananod, a fellow Thai golfer.
On the other hand, the Consumer Business Director of BNI, Anggoro Eko Cahyo stressed, so far, his side felt quite supported by being the main sponsor of this world-class golf tour. BNI itself has been the main sponsor since 2016. Not just supporting the development of Indonesian golf and tourism, but BNI's performance as a financial institution has been boosted. Through international media coverage, Indonesia's name is increasingly known and must. On the other hand, the outside world also knows that Bumi Nusantara has great facilities in gawean golf.
"The most important thing is the introduction of the world to BNI's ability to hold prestigious golf tours to encourage our overseas branches to collaborate with other parties, at the same time this will be an opening," said Anggoro, Tuesday (10/12).
There are 6 branches owned by BNI abroad, including Singapore, Osaka, Seoul, New York, and London. No doubt, as long as this event can be run well, BNI will try to continue to be a sponsor. But, of course every year there is always a review.
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