"He is encouraging me and say that I can win too", said Rattanon, who is also baby-faced like Poom. "All the Thai players are sad". The King is our inspiration this week.
However, Lahiri, who looked out of contention and trailed by five at one stage, produced his best stuff coming home as he brilliantly nailed seven successive birdies to force the play-off.
But Lahiri's fortunes were crushed when he laid up into a water hazard on the par-five 18th and took bogey, while Pavit completed the victory in style with a birdie. My mum and dad texted me and said I had nothing to lose. "I dedicate this win to the king". "If it's not me, I would like for him to win but I definitely like to win myself more than him and that's the same for him". He only had one top-10 finish on the Asian Tour in 65 starts previously.
Pavit birdied the final hole of regulation for a 7-under-par 64 to finish tied with Lahiri, who carded a 65, at 16-under at the Macau Golf & Country Club.
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It'll be a dream to play with Anirban. "There were no leaderboards and I didn't see his score until the 18th". In the play-off Lahiri went into the rough and it was all over, when he went into the water and Pavit captured his first Asian Tour title.It was Lahiri's third second place in four years at Venetian Macao Open and he has won once in 2014. "My strategy is normally to try to get it close to the greens and let my short game do the work but I missed a couple of fairways and it was impossible to put it inside 10 to 15 feet as it was like landing on concrete". "I was trying to put pressure on him but I couldn't because he didn't know I had caught up with him", Lahiri said. "My swing is now more in sync and it's given me the freedom to go play the golf course quietly easy".
Lahiri said, "It'll be serious business (with Chikka) tomorrow but we care very deeply for each other". I guess that was unfortunate to finish like that. "I did everything in my power but sometimes it doesn't happen for you".
Co-overnight leader Ian Poulter scrambled to a 73 to fall three shots off the pace in his first tournament back from injury while title holder Scott Hend fired a 67 to lie a further stroke back.
Big-hitting Pavit overturned a one-shot deficit into a three-shot lead with some hot putting, going to six under through 13 holes and was seemingly coasting to a well-deserved victory. "I'm happy with the way I played the back nine but disappointed I finished second again", Lahiri added.