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Dates have been announced for the Hong Kong Golf Open

The 63rd iteration of the prestigious tournament will happen in late November, near the end of the Asian Tour season.

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The 63rd Hong Kong Golf Open has been scheduled to take place between 21 and 24 November this year, at the Hong Kong Golf Club (HKGC) in Fanling, LIV Golf has reported.

The competition, offering a prize pool worth more than US$2 million, appears to be the Asian Tour’s penultimate event for the year and comes as the HKGC celebrates its 135th anniversary.

The captain of the Hong Kong Golf Club (HKGC), Andy Kwok, said he looked forward to “boosting the event and the club’s stature in the game by welcoming back a wonderful selection of world-class golfers and fans from right across the Greater Bay Area and beyond.”

Cho Minn Thant, the Asian Tour’s commissioner and CEO, noted that the HKGC’s “iconic course” was voted joint-best course of the year last season. “I am sure more accolades await,” he said.

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New Zealander Ben Campbell won the 2023 Hong Kong Golf Open, with a last gasp birdie putt that put him in the lead for the first time in the tournament.

There are currently 21 events scheduled for the Asian Tour, across 13 countries – though more are expected to be added. 

Next month, the Wynn Resorts-backed International Series Macau golfing tournament is set to take place at the Macau Golf and Country Club.

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