SENAI: Sabah and Johor can work closely to promote sports tourism via golfing as both states have the finest golf courses in Malaysia.
Sabah Golf Association (SGA) president Datuk Robin Loh said this would bring economic benefits as tourism was a main revenue earner.
He said there were 17 golf resorts in Sabah with some 8,000 members while Johor had 25 with an even higher membership, including Singaporeans.
“SGA will propose the idea to Sabah Tourism and follow up with Johor Tourism,” Loh said in an interview.
He said this before a press conference on the 100Plus Malaysian Junior Open golf tournament to be held at Palm Resort Golf Club Senai from August 19 to 21.
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