At the LPGA Thailand, Peiyun Chien is in the lead by two.

 The Thai city of Chonburi -- During the first round of the LPGA Tour event in Thailand, which was the first of three tournaments on the LPGA's Asian swing, Peiyun Chien shot a 64-hole score that was eight strokes under par.  

 This gave him a two-stroke lead over the other players. 

 While playing on the Siam Country Club Old Course in Chonburi, which is located southeast of Bangkok, the Taiwanese player, who is 33 years old, had an eagle, seven birdies, and one bogey. 

 Although Chien has never won on the LPGA Tour, he has finished in the top 10 ten times in his career. 

 . Brooke Henderson, Patty Tavatanakit, Jenny Shin, and Madelene Sagstrom tied for third with 67s.  

Jin Young Ko and Erika Hara shJin Young Ko and Erika Hara shot 68, four strokes behind Chien. ot 68, four strokes behind Chien.

 Additionally, there are LPGA tournaments set to take place in China and Singapore during the following two weeks. 

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 Wednesday was the day that he was one of three players who received a special invitation to participate in the Masters. 

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