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Challenge Tour to include Latin America

The pioneering European Challenge Tour will break new ground in 2003 with the announcement of three tournaments, jointly sanctioned with the Tour de las Americas, in Costa Rica, Guatemala and Mexico between January 30 and February 16.

Alain de Soultrait, Challenge Tour Director, said: "This is an exciting new development for the Challenge Tour, offering excellent playing opportunities for our Members when the courses in Northern Europe are not in ideal condition for tournament play.

"We already have joint-sanctioned tournaments with the Sunshine Tour in Africa, but I believe it is important to continually strive to find new horizons and this partnership with the Tour de las Americas enables us to do that.

“In fact, quite a number of the Argentine players on The European Tour have started out on the Tour de las Americas."

 

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