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#QatarProAm Postponed to October 20211 min read


Posted on: 12th Jan 2021

The 2021 Marriott Marquis Qatar Pro-Am has been postponed and is to be rescheduled for the end of October 2021.

Despite best efforts from both the CPG and the organisers from Education City Golf Club to continue with the announced March 2021 dates, it was deemed that the situation surrounding COVID-19 and the resultant travel restrictions that this has created was untenable.

CPG Communications and Event Manager, Tom Bentley, commented: “Whilst we are disappointed that we cannot stage the event in March, this decision will allow the event to continue later in 2021 and maintain its international feel at a time that is safe to do so. This will provide teams with greater certainty to travel and enjoy the amazing hospitality provided during the event week.

“We are working hard to reschedule any postponed events to the second half of 2021, and will release an announcement once these dates, along with others are confirmed for all our planned events.”

All questions regarding the Qatar Pro-Am and other CPG Championships and sanctioned events should be forwarded to Tom Bentley at tb@cpg.golf.

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