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International Victories (18)
Recorded his eighth European Tour victory in convincing fashion, winning the 100th Open de France by four strokes over Francesco Molinari. The victory marked a European Tour milestone, as the win was a record seventh by an Asian this season. With the victory, became the oldest winner of the Open, as the 46-year-old topped 2010 champion Miguel Angel Jimenez by 58 days. In the process, became the 13th oldest winner in European Tour history. Entered the final round with a two-stroke advantage, increasing that lead to five on several occasions. Made the cut in all three major championship starts, finishing 57th at the Masters Tournament, T22 at The Open Championship and T73 at the PGA Championship.
Picked up a European Tour top-10 in early December 2014 when he T7 with Jonas Blixt, Tim Clark and Louis Oosthuizen at the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Gary Player CC in Sun City, South Africa.
Played in nine PGA TOUR events, the highlight of his season a T6 at the Cadillac Championship for his third top-10 finish in 19 World Golf Championships starts. Was also T5 at the 2010 Accenture Match Play Championship and T9 at the 2006 Cadillac Championship. Played in all four major championships, as well as THE PLAYERS Championship. Made the cut at the Masters Tournament and The Open Championship.
Made four PGA TOUR starts, with his top showing a T21 at the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions in China. Made two starts in major championships, finishing T77 at The Open Championship Open and missing the cut at the PGA Championship.
Made two PGA TOUR starts, at The Open Championship Open (missed cut) and the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions (T29).
Finished third in Dubai two weeks before the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship to jump to No. 50 in the Official World Golf Ranking and secure a spot in the Accenture field for the first time in his career. Finished T5 after losing to eventual winner Ian Poulter, 1-down, in the quarterfinals. Defeated Ross Fisher, Robert Karlsson and Ryo Ishikawa to get to the quarterfinals. Six top-10s were part of his European Tour resume, with a third-place showing at the Dubai Desert Classic his top performance. Also had top-10s at the Maybank Malysian Open (T7), Volvo China Open (T8), Dubai World Championship (eighth) Ballentine's Championship (T9) and Portugal Masters (T9).
Best PGA TOUR finish was a T13 at The Open Championship Open.
Won twice on the Asian Tour, with his victories coming in consecutive weeks. Opened and closed with 67s at the Hana Bank Vietnam Masters to finish regulation tied with Rhys Davies and Andrew Dodt. He prevailed in the playoff.
Top PGA TOUR finish was a T23 at the World Golf Championships-CA Championship.
By playing in his first Masters Tournament, he became the first Thai to compete in all four major championships.
Picked up his first professional title, winning the Kolon Cup on the Asian Tour by a stroke. Also won the Korean Open and the Singha Bangkok Open in his native Thailand that season.