Euro Tour delays Hong Kong Open due to distress
HONG KONG – The Hong Kong Open has been delayed in light of savage distress in the city.
The competition was booked to be held at Hong Kong Golf Club from Nov. 28 to Dec. 1.
An announcement posted on the Hong Kong Open’s site said the European Tour settled on the choice to defer related to the competition’s co-authorizing accomplice at the Asian Tour, and that an endeavor will be made to reschedule it for ahead of schedule one year from now.
Distress has grasped the semi-self-governing Chinese city for over five months.
Tending to continuous wellbeing concerns, European Tour CEO Keith Pelley says ”we feel this is the right, however heartbreaking, strategy.”