The 2 2 million international series will be played June 2-5 at England Slay Hall. The tournament was originally scheduled to be played at Centurion Club in the second week of June, but was moved a week earlier to invite new LIV golf to Centurion. The re-schedule will give competitors a chance to qualify for what could be the most lucrative event of their careers next week.
Slaley Hall is located in the Northumberland countryside, a short drive from Newcastle. It boasts two 18-hole championship courses, The Hunting and The Priestman. Venue hosted the Great North Open, a European tour from 1996 to 2002.
“The opportunity to be a part of this innovative event is exceptionally exciting for the QHotels collection,” said Keith Picard, golf, health club and spa director at The QHotels Collection. “We have a lot of experience in organizing tournaments and we are happy that Slayley Hall has been chosen as the official host venue. We’ve had the privilege of hosting some of the world’s top celebrities over the years, and we look forward to welcoming the new generation of golf talent to Sleigh Hall. “
The international series – the new top-level tournaments integrated with the Asian Tour schedule – was launched this year and will see 10 events play each year for the next decade.
American Sihan Kim claims victory in the international series at the Black Mountain Golf Club in Thailand and is currently leading the Asian Tour Order of Merit going to next week’s Trust Golf Asian Mixed Cup – one of two back-to-back events jointly sanctioned with women. European tour. The Asian Tour will stop in Korea and Japan before heading to England. The second half of the year will see stops in Korea, Vietnam and Indonesia before heading to the Middle East, followed by China, Singapore and Hong Kong.
“We are already breaking boundaries with the international series because we are in the UK for the second stop of our season – the first for the Asian Tour. Our goal from the beginning has been to develop the game globally, and I’m proud to be able to deliver on that promise, “said Greg Norman. “The opportunities and paths that the Asian Tour presents to players – both financially and from a sporting point of view – cannot be underestimated. I will be anxious to see who will be invited to the LIV golf event next week for a change of life.”
LIV has provided $ 300 million in seed money on the Asian Tour to launch Golf Investments The International Series. PIF, owned by the Saudi government and one of the world’s largest sovereign wealth funds, is the majority shareholder in LIV Golf Investments.