The Magical Kenya Open, which was scheduled to kick off one week from now at Karen Country Club in Nairobi, has been dropped because of the risk presented by the spread of the Coronavirus.
The Government of Kenya has delayed all gatherings and meetings in the nation of a global nature, which envelops games.
Keith Pelley, Chief Executive of the European Tour, stated: “We comprehend and thoroughly regarding the choice made by the Government of Kenya in these troublesome occasions. We are investigating the chance of rescheduling the competition eventually later in the season, yet that remaining parts just a chance at this moment – we have no conclusive plans at this stage.
“I might want to accept this open door to by and by saying thanks to President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Kenyan Government for their faithful help, close by Kenya Open Golf Limited Chairman Peter Kanyago and Tournament Director Patrick Obath for their strenuous endeavors and duty. We anticipate coming back to Kenya at the appointed time.”