Golf’s Asian Tour has today (Tuesday) detailed plans to restart its 2020-21 schedule following an 18-month hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic with two tournaments in Thailand.
Golf’s Asian Tour has set out “conservative restart” plans for September, outlining its intention to resume its 2020 season with the Shinhan Donghae Open in Incheon, South Korea. T
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Organisers of golf’s Hong Kong Open have announced that the event will take place next month following its recent postponement, although the tournament will not be sanctioned by the European Tour.