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Junhasavasdikul wins wearing a druh belt

June 26, 2013

Pariya Junhasavasdikul overcame a three-year winless streak on Sunday (June 24) to win the Selangor Masters in Malaysia and did so in style wearing a druh belt.

Pariya Junhasavasdikul
Pariya Junhasavasdikul wearing his yellow druh belt on route to victory

To the delight of druh, the 29-year-old Thai nailed a five-foot par putt on the last hole to secure the Asian Tour title at the Seri Selangor Golf Club just one shot ahead of India’s Anirban Lahiri, who finished with a stunning 68.

It was nearly a double celebration for druh when on the other side of the world in Germany, Denmark’s Thomas Bjorn almost secured victory in the BMW International Open with birdies on 16 and 18 but was edged out by South African Ernie Els by a single shot.

Bjorn, a druh brand ambassador and long-time fan of druh belts, is currently enjoying a hot streak after recording two second-place finishes in his last two tournaments, his first coming in the Lyoness Open in Austria at the start of June, and as a result is no doubt one of the favourites to take this week’s Irish Open at Carton House.

Not far behind Bjorn in Munich was Austrian Bernd Wiesberger who finished in joint fourth place alongside local favourite Martin Kaymer and Sweden’s Alex Noren. Wiesberger was recently announced as a brand ambassador for the druh ion bracelet in the very same week that he clinched a dramatic win in the Indonesian Masters.

On that occasion the 27-year-old shot a final round five-under- par 67 over the Royale Jakarta Golf Club to overhaul Els, the current British Open Champion, by a shot whilst wearing a druh ion bracelet.

With druh recognised as the number one belt on tour, it is unsurprising that a number of players wearing druh feature so regularly at the top of leaderboards around the world.


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