Open returns after five years – with a path to Olympics

Tokyo in sight: Gavin Kyle Green has a good chance to book his Olympic Games spot at the Malaysian Open which will be held in March.

SHAH ALAM: After a five-year absence, the Malaysian Open golf tournament is back – and this time, it will also offer valuable world ranking points for those still looking for a place in the Tokyo Olympics.

Malaysia’s premier golfing tournament will be held again from March 5-8 at the Kota Permai Golf and Country Club here.

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