Wade Ormsby of Australia playing the signature 18th hole on his way to winning the 2017 Hong Kong Open at Fanling. Photo: Richard Castka/Sportpixgolf.com
Tim Noonan
Opinion

Opinion

Tim Noonan

History counts for nothing as already besieged Hong Kong Golf Club is now forced to put flagship event on ice

  • Having already surrendered one of its three courses to housing, the club now becomes a victim of violent protests
  • Uncertain future for venerable golf tournament as the European Tour postpones 60-year-old event amid security fears

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Wade Ormsby of Australia playing the signature 18th hole on his way to winning the 2017 Hong Kong Open at Fanling. Photo: Richard Castka/Sportpixgolf.com
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