The European Tour and Oman Golf Committee has announced a three-year partnership ensuring the Oman Open will be played at the Al Mouj Golf in Muscat until 2021.
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Dr Mohammed bin Hamad Al Rumhy, Minister of Oil and Gas and honorary chairman of the Oman Golf Committee, said:
“I am very pleased to see the continual growth of the Oman Open, growth which would not have been possible without the trust and support of the many sponsors involved.
“Together we have built a world class event that we can all be very proud of, an event that will not only encourage the growth of golf in the Sultanate but that also shows that Oman is a beautiful destination for tourists and an attractive destination for investors.”
Keith Waters, director of International Policy and chief operating officer at the European Tour, added: “The European Tour is delighted with the expansion of the Oman Open and the commitment of the sultanate of Oman to host and support the event for a further three years.
“Our players thoroughly enjoy this event and to have the Oman Golf Committee as the promoter, working with the Oman Golf Association, it is fantastic and will go a long way in further strengthening this tournament.”
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