The Asian Tour announced a schedule to hold 11 tournaments in the first half of 2023 to May.
On the 16th, the Asian Tour announced the 14-week tournament schedule in the first half of next year, starting with the Saudi International Fund (PIF) with a total prize of 5 million dollars sponsored by Softbank Investments.
This year’s Saudi International was held as the opening game of the Asian Tour at the Royal Greens Golf Club (GC) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and 토토사이트 Harold Varner III of the United States made a dramatic 92-foot eagle putt on the last hole to win the championship. Next year, it will be held with the same prize money from February 2nd to 5th.
Then, from the 9th, the International Series Oman will be held at the Almaz Golf Club in Oman with a budget of 2 million dollars. At Doha Golf Club, Qatar, the $2.5 million International Series Qatar will be held for four days from the 16th. These are international series newly established this year in the Middle East. This year, a total of 10 international series will be held under the concept of Liv Golf’s second league sponsored by PIF.
In New Zealand, the New Zealand Open will resume from March 2 to 5 at the Millbrook Resort in Queenstown, South Island, where it has been held since 2014, three years after Corona 19. Following Hua Hin, Thailand in March, the season continues in Cam Ranh, Vietnam in April.
International Series Thailand started a successful international series this year, won by Korean-American Kim Si-hwan at Black Mountain Golf Club. The Vietnam Tournament is held at KN Golf Links, but it has been seven years since the Asian Tour has been held in Vietnam.
The Delhi Golf Club (DGC) Open, which opened this year, will be held at the Delhi Golf Club in India in March, and the Hong Kong Open will resume after Corona 19 at the Hong Kong Golf Club.
Asian Tour Commissioner Jo Min-tan said, “We have prepared the first half of 2023, the largest season ever. It is fantastic to see it start with a new tournament.”
The Asian Tour, which held 20 tournaments this year with a budget of 3.25 million dollars, is strengthening its solidarity by increasing the number of tournaments in partnership with Liv Golf from 7 to 10 next year.
The Asian Tour, which ended the season in Indonesia two weeks ago, ended with Kim Si-hwan winning the money prize and Scott Vincent (Zimbabwe) winning the International Series money prize. In Korea, starting with the GS Caltax Maekyung Open in the first week of May, Kolon Korea Open, International Series Korea, and Shinhan Donghae Open, four tournaments were held as part of the Asian Tour.