KUALA LUMPUR, March 18 (Bernama) -- The inaugural EurAsia Cup scheduled for March 27 to 29 at the Glenmarie Golf and Country Club will go on as planned if the weather permits.
EurAsia Golf senior director Charlie Thingey said that the organiser would wait for advice from the government to ensure that the weather would not be hazardous to the players.
"The course is in fantastic condition. We are very pleased about the preparation. We are monitoring Air Pollutant Index (API) and will heed advice from the authorities.
"With the rain over the past few days, we are positive that the air quality will return to normal. We are hoping for a fine weather during the tournament, without lashing rain or thunderstorms," he told reporters after the unveiling of a new trophy for the tournament here Tuesday.
Professional Golf of Malaysia chairman Tun Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid unveiled the trophy designed personally by him and crafted by master craft man Hassan Mat Jusoh of KB Permai Krafperak Kelantan Silver.....