Asian Tour postpones Macau Open
By Community | September 16, 2010
The Asian Golf Tour has postponed next month’s Macau Open, it has been announced.
Reports have claimed the postponement is down to the event promoter, the Macau Sports Development Board, failing to attract a private sponsor to back the event, which was getting more and more expensive every year.
The Tour said in a statement: “The Macau Open, which was slated from October 21-24, 2010, has been postponed by the event promoter, the Macau Sports Development Board.”
An Asian Tour spokesman added that he didn’t know whether the tournament would be rescheduled later this year, saying: “Only the Macau Sports Development Board can tell that.”
The Macau Open has been running since 1998, and Colin Montgomerie, eight-times European champion, is one of its past winners.