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Giving hope to children who would not normally be given the opportunity of learning and excelling in a sport such as golf, the Pan Din Hai Pen Dao (Turn the ‘Clay’ to the ‘Star’) in Lopburi Province was established by the Thai golf professional Thongchai Jaidee, who ranked 67 in the Official World Golf Ranking early this year.

QNet Product Marketing Manager Jeremy Guessoum met with the Thai golf star at Panya Indra Golf Club in Lopburi on Thursday 2 April 2009, to officially present 300,000 THB to support the charitable project.

With a strong intention to give something back to society after his great achievement in golf, which has climbed to success in The European Tour and The Asian Tour in 2004 and 2005, Thongchai established this charitable foundation in his hometown eight years ago.

“My golf experience started from zero point – from ‘caddy’ to ‘professional golf’. I’m lucky that I can achieve my goal. Now I’ve got everything – a house, a car, and a lovely family. I want to help make a difference to the poor youngsters and push them to achieve their dream just like me,” said Thongchai.

The idea behind the foundation is underpinned by the belief that children are the future of society. This belief also drives the QNet Pays Forward programme and is at the heart of RYTHM Foundation. Providing opportunities to those who would otherwise not be so fortunate is a small way everyone can bring hope to children around the world.

QNet Product Marketing Manager Jeremy Guessoum met with the Thai golf star at Panya Indra Golf Club in Lopburi on Thursday 2 April 2009, to officially present 300,000 THB to support the charitable project.

With a strong intention to give something back to society after his great achievement in golf, which has climbed to success in The European Tour and The Asian Tour in 2004 and 2005, Thongchai established this charitable foundation in his hometown eight years ago.

“My golf experience started from zero point – from ‘caddy’ to ‘professional golf’. I’m lucky that I can achieve my goal. Now I’ve got everything – a house, a car, and a lovely family. I want to help make a difference to the poor youngsters and push them to achieve their dream just like me,” said Thongchai.

The idea behind the foundation is underpinned by the belief that children are the future of society. This belief also drives the QNet Pays Forward programme and is at the heart of RYTHM Foundation. Providing opportunities to those who would otherwise not be so fortunate is a small way everyone can bring hope to children around the world.

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