The Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox knows that he has to do this week's international space in Saudi Arabia, and political issues in the country should not be on its way.
Fox joins the star studs participating in an event that includes four of the top five golfers. The tournament has been fired from a number of angles that have led to this country.
English golf player Paul Casey refused to take part in the event because of "human rights violations", including killing and sharing journalist Yamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Embassy three months ago. Telegraph Sport Recently discovered that Tiger Woods also played more than $ 3.81 million.
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"Everyone has a right to their own opinion, and Paul is a world-class player, and it mostly plays on a PGA tour. I see why he wouldn't come," Fox said. Radio Sport.
"It's a great event, it's a big wallet and some of those human rights events you can put behind your mind. It's our job to play golf, here's a good golf tournament, and we got to someone else where you you feel less secure… all you have to do for your job. ”
Fox goes to the tournament, ahead of the rough journey to Dubai Desert Classic, where he was unable to cut. Despite the poor tournament last week, Fox said he was feeling good about his game and was ready to go to Saudi Arabia, like other golfers who chose to take part in the tournament.
"I think everyone here may have had some thoughts about it this week, but Tour assured us that everything would be safe, we would care for it, and they wanted us to play to support a new event in the chart.
"It has been good so far. I welcome people who took the position and didn't want to come here, but again, this is our job. I'm not too worried about the political side of things, I'm just here to play golf and do as good as I can. "