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Volvo China Open returns to DP World Tour with total prize of $2.25 million | Updated: 2024-01-31 19:37
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This file photo taken in 2019 shows Wu Ashun teeing off for the Volvo China Open. [Photo provided to]

After five years of ups and downs, the Volvo China Open has finally returned to the DP World Tour schedule in the long-awaited eyes of many. It will take place from May 2 to 5 at Hidden Grace Golf Club in Shenzhen.

As the event returns to the DP World Tour, the total prize fund for the event will also increase from $1.5 million in 2023 to $2.25 million. Therefore, the Volvo China Open will become the professional golf event with the highest total prize fund in the Chinese mainland in 2024.

Founded in 1995, the Volvo China Open is the longest-running international professional golf tournament in the Chinese mainland and the most influential national golf open championship in China. This year, it will usher in its 29th edition. The 2024 Volvo China Open is hosted by the China Golf Association, title-sponsored and promoted by Volvo Cars, and co-sanctioned by the DP World Tour and the China Tour. This year's event is the professional men’s golf tournament with the highest OWGR points in the Chinese mainland, which will provide opportunities for Chinese men's players to compete for qualification in the Paris Olympic Games.

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