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CPG STATEMENT REGARDING UKRAINE – 03 MARCH 20221 min read


Posted on: 3rd Mar 2022

The Confederation of Professional Golf [CPG] fully supports the recommendations outlined by the IOC, and subsequently supported by the IGF and other golf organisations and as such the CPG will not invite or allow the participation of Russian and Belarusian nationals in any CPG activity or event at the current time. Furthermore, no activities will take place in either Belarus or Russia at this time.

The situation will continue to be closely monitored in coordination with golf’s governing bodies and the CPG may reassess its decisions and measures according to future developments.

The CPG joins its fellow organisations within golf to echo the belief that sport can contribute to peace and unite people across cultures. On behalf of both CPG and our Members we have shared our support and solidarity to the PGA of Ukraine and wider Ukrainian golf community.

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