North Korea Opens Doors to Foreign Golfers, Urges Them to Participate in Tournament

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North Korea has opened its doors to foreign golfers, urging them to participate in a tournament to be held in Pyongyang in the fall. The tournament, which is being organized by the North Korean Golf Association, is expected to attract golfers from around the world.

The tournament will be held at the Pyongyang Golf Course, which is one of the most prestigious golf courses in North Korea. The course is located on the banks of Taicheng Lake, about 27 kilometers from central Pyongyang.

The North Korean Golf Association is offering a prize pool of $1 million for the tournament, which is the largest prize pool ever offered for a golf tournament in North Korea. The association is also offering a number of other incentives to attract foreign golfers, including free accommodations and transportation.

The tournament is being seen as a sign of North Korea’s willingness to open up to the outside world. It is also seen as a way for North Korea to generate much-needed foreign currency.

The tournament is scheduled to be held from September 20 to 25. The deadline for registration is August 31.

The North Korean Golf Association has said that it is expecting a large number of foreign golfers to participate in the tournament. The association has said that it has already received inquiries from golfers from around the world, including the United States, Europe, and Asia.

The tournament is being seen as a potential breakthrough for North Korea. It is the first time that North Korea has opened its doors to foreign golfers on such a large scale. The tournament could help to improve North Korea’s image on the world stage and it could also help to generate much-needed foreign currency.

It remains to be seen how many foreign golfers will actually participate in the tournament. However, the fact that North Korea is even hosting the tournament is a significant development. It is a sign that North Korea is willing to open up to the outside world and it could be a step towards normalizing relations with the international community.

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