Caddies from six countries put down their bags and picked up clubs to compete for a set of golf equipment and a trip to Vietnam at the Singha Amazing International Caddy Championship 2014 held at Siam Country Club. Organized by Singha Cooperation Co., the second-annual tournament attracted 29 caddies from Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia and China on Monday, Oct. 6. Prizes included airline tickets and accommodations in Da Nang, Vietnam and seven sets of golf clubs.Female golfers line up at the Singha Amazing International Caddy Championship 2014 held at Siam Country Club in Pattaya on Oct. 6.Caddies competed in four categories: International Caddy Championship, Singha Amazing Thailand Caddy Championship, Flight B (HC.15-24) and, finally, Gross Score, the winner of which won the trip to Da Nang. In the International Caddy Championship, first prize went to Ranko Tanaka from Japan with a score of 78. Natasuki Mizukoshi from Japan shot 80 to place second and Ja Yeon Sejong from South Korea took third with an 83.Winners of the Gross Score prizes, (front row) Phanida Tocheun from Suanson Pradipat Golf Course, Saithong Wongwian from Laem Chabang, Boobpaporn Leebo from Thai Country Club, and Siripen Jannin from Suanson Pradipat Golf Course pose with tournament officials and sponsors.In the Singha Thai bracket, first place went to Phanida Tocheun from Suanson Pradipat Golf Course with a score of 84. Second place was Juthamas Kawsa-ard from Krisda City Golf Hills, scoring 85 off HC 13, and third went to Somkuan Kunlapa from Laem Chabang Golf Course with an 88 score.In the Flight B (HC.15-24) bracket, Sukanya Buapralard from Plutaluang Navy Golf Course took first with a gross 85 and 34 Stableford points. In second place was Piangrutai Jangin from The Emerald, scoring a gross 88 off HC 17 and 33 points, while in third was Duanpen Kabram from the Royal Navy Golf Course after shooting an 87 off HC 15 for 32 points.Caddy girls pose for a photo at the Singha Amazing Thailand Caddy Championship 2014.The four caddies to win the Vietnam trip in the Gross Score contest were Phanida Tocheun from Suanson Pradipat Golf Course (84), Saithong Wongwian from Laem Chabang Golf Course (90), Boobpaporn Leebo from Thai Country Club (91), and Siripen Jannin from Suanson Pradipat Golf Course (91).Winners of the Singha golf bag in the nearest the pin contest were Natasuki Mizukoshi from Japan, (66 centimeters from hole) Duanpen Kabram, (1.24 meters), Kanyarat Jankong (1.4 meters) and Chawinee Ongsakun (1.45 meters).A caddy prepares to tee-off at Siam Country Club in Pattaya.