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THE local golf fraternity has been urged to exercise a great deal more diligence in combating the pandemic as it goes about its day to day business.
IN the wake of the positive projections highlighted by some of the key players in the golf retail sector last weekend, TeeUp spoke to a handful of the game’s leaders drawn from Malaysia and Singapore about last season and their outlook for 2021.
WOUNDED by the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, the golf industry continues to battle on, albeit with some sectors doing better than others – but all have felt the impact one way or another.
IN a move seen as one to bolster its portfolio, the region’s leading circuit has announced three additions to “Asian Tour Destinations”.
FOLLOWING the announcement by the Malaysian Golf Association (MGA) earlier this week that competitions could be held again, many components of the local industry expressed relief and said they looked forward to it.
AS Covid-19 continues to wreck havoc with the golf industry, TeeUp asked Gamuda Land club operations and townships director Tang Meng Loon, under whom Kota Permai Golf & Country Club falls, what he made of the situation and how they were dealing with it. Following are excerpts of the interview:
THE Malaysian Open made a welcome return to the Asian Tour’s schedule this week, at Kota Permai Golf & Country Club in Kota Kemuning, Shah
THE Covid-19 coronavirus has taken its toll on a handful of tournaments in the region, but thankfully it has not impacted the local golf industry to that extent - not yet anyway.
KOTA Permai Golf & Country Club, situated in Kota Kemuning, Shah Alam, faces a big challenge in hosting the US$1mil Malaysian Open in two month’s time.
SOME of the country’s leading amateurs were in attendance, battling it out for the top honours, yet it was also an event laden with great fun.