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Clarification of Misrepresentations in Korea

Hong Kong, October 31: The evidence shows that there are some misinterpretations of the nature of business of OneAsia in Korean market, and misrepresentations of tournament entry spots of OneAsia for Korean golfers.

OneAsia has been working closely with its founding partners KGA and KPGA in creating playing opportunities for Korean players. Currently OneAsia has no subsidiary or affiliated entity in Korea, nor been in agreement with any party other than KGA and KPGA to recruit players in Korea in any aspect.

For any fraudulent or misleading use of the Tour name and logo, OneAsia reserves the right to take appropriate legal action.

OneAsia has implemented Membership Regulations and Tournament Eligibility as set in the General Regulations Handbook. Players are advised to consult with the Tour directly for any question in relation to OneAsia tournament entry qualification.
   

OneAsia announce early events for 2017

February 20: OneAsia's early schedule for 2017 has been announced with four events set to be staged including two national Opens.
Following the Qualifying School, being played at Sutera Harbour Marina, Golf and Country Club from March 7 to 10, the first tournament to tee-off will be the Volvo China Open at Topwin Golf and Country Club in Beijing from April 27 to 30.

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School starts soon for class of 2017

January 26: OneAsia’s Qualifying School will return to Sutera Harbour Marina, Golf and Country Club this year, from March 7 to 10, marking the start of OneAsia’s ninth season.
Sutera Harbour has been a regular home for the Qualifying School since OneAsia was formed in 2009, and a strong turnout of players is once again expected to head to the popular venue in Sabah, Malaysia.

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OneAsia Execs

OneAsia's Chu to speak at key golf summit

HONG KONG, July 5 - OneAsia Secretary-General Tenniel Chu will be a keynote speaker at a major regional golf summit in December, and sit on a panel exploring how professional golf tournaments can benefit clubs.

Chu, who is also the Vice-Chairman of China's Mission Hills Group, will be a special VIP guest speaker at the 2012 Asia Pacific Golf Summit, to be staged in Brunei  from December 11-13.

"Tenniel is an old friend of the Asia Pacific Golf Group (APGG) and we are very honoured to have him speak at the Summit," said Mike Sebastian, Chief Executive Officer of APGG, the owner and producer of the Summit.

The APGG said Chu was part of a very impressive list of international speakers drawn from  all over the world who will be speaking on a variety of important issues which impact the day-to-day operations of the thousands of golf clubs in the Asia Pacific.

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