Players receive Olympic boost

  • Golf
  • Sunday, 05 May 2024

Ashley Lau remains on track to make her Olympic debut in Paris.

NO sooner had the first salvo from the major championship season began dying down and a lull about to set in than we were awakened by an oddity in the local industry.

The good thing is that the National Sports Commission of Malaysia have weighed in with some financial support for the golfers most likely to be at the 2024 Paris Olympic Games in July – albeit disproportionately.

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