FENIX Tour History
The Asian Tour is the principal men’s professional golf tour of Asia (with the exception of Japan which operates it’s own independent tour). The Asian Tour became the 6th member of the International Federation of PGA Tours upon joining forces in 1998. The Asian and European Tours, although separate, are linked together by a number of co-sanctioned events. This year, these events are in such countries as Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore.
The Asian Development Tour teed off its inaugural tour in January 2010. It has been designed in a similar way to that of the National Tour of America and The European Challenge Tour with a main aim at unearthing the new Asian tours hopefuls. The tour provides excellent opportunities for the players with the leading 3 players earning themselves their Asian Tour Card for the following season.
The PGA European Tour is an organisation which operates the three leading men's professional golf tours in Europe: the elite European Tour, the European Seniors Tour and the developmental Challenge Tour. Its headquarters are at Wentworth Club in England. The European Tour is the primary golf tour in Europe. The European Tour was established by the British-based Professional Golfers' Association, and responsibility was transferred to an independent PGA Tour organisation in 1984. The majority of the tours events are held in Europe but in recent years an increasing number have been held in other parts of the world as the tour continues to evolve.