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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.
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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.



OneAsia appoints Chu Secretary-General

HONG KONG, April 11 - Tenniel Chu, Vice Chairman of Mission Hills China, has joined OneAsia as a senior official as the golf tour embarks on its fourth and biggest season yet.

Chu (right), who has extensive relationships in golf throughout the world, joins as Secretary-General, reporting directly to OneAsia Commissioner and Chairman Sang Y. Chun.

He will handle an array of responsibilities including working with national golf governing bodies, professional golf associations, tournament sponsors and course and resort owners to develop additional events for an OneAsia platform that has already seen extraordinary growth since its launch in 2009.

OneAsia already boasts the national Opens of five countries -- Australia, China, Indonesia, Korea and Thailand -- among its 14 tournaments, and with a total purse of over US$16 million is the most lucrative regional tour in the Asia-Pacific.

"It is an honor to have Tenniel Chu join the OneAsia team,” said Sang Y. Chun.

“Mission Hills and OneAsia share a common vision about the enormous potential of golf in Asia, and both are pioneers in elevating the status of the game in the region.”

Chu hails from a family that put golf on the map in China. The conglomerate founded by his father, Dr. David Chu, owns and operates Mission Hills Golf Club in Shenzhen and Dongguan southern China, which with 216 holes is listed by Guinness World Records as the world’s biggest golf club.



OneAsia appoints new Media Director


HONG KONG, Feb 28 -  OneAsia has appointed David Fox Director of Media and Communications as the elite golf competition platform is poised to begin its fourth and most lucrative season.

Fox adds muscle to a re-shaped Hong Kong-based team ahead of the season-opening Enjoy Jakarta Indonesia Open, which takes place at the Emeralda Golf and Country Club from March 22-25.

He joins OneAsia at a time golf in the region is enjoying unprecedented growth and popularity, attracting new players, investment, sponsors and developers -- and the accompanying media interest.

"This will be OneAsia's biggest season yet, and as we grow further I am pleased we have managed to secure the services of such an experienced media communicator to help spread our message," said Sang Y. Chun, Commissioner and Chairman of OneAsia


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