Hong Kong Golf Club courses manager Randy Witt said it will be well into 2019 until they’re 100 per cent cleaned up from Typhoon Mangkhut Photo: Ike Li Hong Kong Golf Club courses manager Randy Witt said it will be well into 2019 until they’re 100 per cent cleaned up from Typhoon Mangkhut Photo: Ike Li
Hong Kong Golf Club courses manager Randy Witt said it will be well into 2019 until they’re 100 per cent cleaned up from Typhoon Mangkhut Photo: Ike Li

Hong Kong Open: Typhoon Mangkhut took more than 1,000 trees from Fanling and filled 700 dump trucks with debris

  • Randy Witt details the work needed to clean up in time for Hong Kong Open
  • Witt estimates it will be well into 2019 before they’re 100 per cent cleaned up

Topic |   Honma Hong Kong Open
Hong Kong Golf Club courses manager Randy Witt said it will be well into 2019 until they’re 100 per cent cleaned up from Typhoon Mangkhut Photo: Ike Li Hong Kong Golf Club courses manager Randy Witt said it will be well into 2019 until they’re 100 per cent cleaned up from Typhoon Mangkhut Photo: Ike Li
Hong Kong Golf Club courses manager Randy Witt said it will be well into 2019 until they’re 100 per cent cleaned up from Typhoon Mangkhut Photo: Ike Li
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