Bendigo golfer Andrew Martin has wrapped up a week on the golf course in Thailand at the Queen’s Cup hosted by the Jaidee Foundation.
Martin scored rounds of 71, 68, 68 and 70 (277) to finish the tournament T48 at three-under par.
Martin has one more event to play for the year where he must excel to secure a spot on the Asian Tour for the 2019 season.
Currently in 64th position after 14 events on the Habitat for Humanity standings, his goal is to finish in the top 60 to ensure he will be able to continue on the tour.
Martin’s best finish of the year so far was T5 (-11) at the Asia Pacific Classic held at St Andrews Golf Club in Henan, China.
One of the highlights of his first year on the Asian Tour has been the social aspects of meeting new players from across the world, while also sharing some great memories overseas with fellow Australian players.
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