Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Templer Park Country Club will stage next year’s OneAsia Q-School from February 10-13.
Templer Park is no stranger to hosting world-class tournaments having held three Malaysian Opens, and will be a fitting venue for the Q-School which will welcome players from all around the world.
The opportunity to play on OneAsia next year is possible through two final stage Q-School tournaments, first in the United States and then Malaysia.
Tour cards for the circuit will be up for grabs in California from January 27-30 followed by Templer Park.
The Eisenhower Course at Industry Hills Golf Club will host the Stateside school for the third successive season, reflecting the demand for places on OneAsia.
The winners of both Q-Schools are guaranteed starts at all OneAsia’s tournaments in 2015, while those who finish second and third will likely get starts in most events. Positions are then accorded alternatively between the US and Malaysian Q-Schools.
This year American Sam Yi took top spot in the States while Lee Jun-seok from Australia finished first in Malaysia.
“We are delighted OneAsia will head to the acclaimed Templer Park,” said Sang Y. Chun, OneAsia’s Chairman and Commissioner.
“Next year promises to be another fine year and to be able to start at Templer Park is ideal.”
OneAsia was founded in 2009 by the China Golf Association, the Korea Golf Tour, the Korea Golf Association and the PGA of Australia.
The Tour’s elite suite of tournaments now includes the national Opens of Australia, China, Korea and Thailand – as well as numerous other prestigious events.
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