Was born Atiwit, but goes by the nickname "Jazz," given by his father who is a fan of jazz music.
Signs his autograph with a music symbol, followed by A-Z-Z.
Turned professional in 2010 at age 15.
After losing his Asian Tour card for the first time since 2013, spent two weeks in 2016 as a monk at Buddhist temple in Bangkok where he shaved his head and prayed and chanted every day.
Kolon Korea Open: Earned his fourth Asian Tour victory at the Kolon Korea Open, claiming a one-shot victory over South Korea's Innchoon Hwang. Climbed to a career-best of No. 52 on the Official World Golf Ranking with the victory. Became the first non-Korean winner of the event since Rickie Fowler in 2011.
SMBC Singapore Open: Carded a final-round 65 at the SMBC Singapore Open for his third Asian Tour victory, finishing two shots ahead of Paul Casey and Yoshinori Fujimoto . Became the third Thai to win the Singapore Open, following Prayad Marksaeng (2017) and Thaworn Wiratchant (2001). With the victory, secured his spot in The 148th Open at Royal Portrush Golf Club through The Open Qualifying Series.
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