Posts Tagged Hong Kong Open

Fighting Green wants Tour return after losing leg in accident

In 1990, Ken Green was the star attraction at the Hong Kong Open golf tournament, which I covered as a reporter for the South China Morning Post newspaper. From a strictly media-to-player point of view, I found Green slightly cocky and arrogant. He could afford to be. After all, he was the main drawcard, having […]


UBS to end Hong Kong Open stint as credit crunch bites

The official media release tried to make it look as positive as possible: “UBS to complete commitment to the Hong Kong Open” was the headline in the communiqué from the Asian Tour. However, reading deeper into the article, the reality of the global recession hits home. Yes, UBS is completing its five-year commitment to the […]