Nusajaya is once again playing host to the prestigious annual global golf tournament - the Iskandar Johor Open 2011. The inaugural golfing championship is scheduled to run from 17th to 20th November 2011 at the Horizon Hills Golf and Country Club, an award-winning, international 18-hole golf course designed by renowned golf course architect, Ross Watson.
The fifth edition of the Iskandar Johor Open promises greater heights of excitement for spectators and competitors alike. This year's co-sanctioning between the Asian and European tours will bring about a higher level of international golf. Prepare to be entertained with a field of the European Tours' finest players facing off against the best that Asian golf has to offer.
Not only that, the prize money will see an increase by more than fourfold since its first championship in 2007. The winner will win a massive RM6.014 million.
The Iskandar Johor Open has attracted many star players in the past such as Colin Montgomery, Artemio Murakami, Retief Goosen and a name which needs no introduction in Asian golf, K.J. Choi. We are happy to announce that three-time Major winner and the Iskandar Johor Open 2010 winner; Irishman Padraig Harrington will be defending his title in this year's championship.
Another point of interest during the event is the Exhibition Village. The public will be able to view and purchase the products from the various event sponsors of the Iskandar Johor Open 2011. The Exhibition Village is located at the Crossover Bar and Golfer Terrace.
Be interesting to see how the event turns out, My interest is have the Iskander areas allowed for enough parking spots for these events otherwise it will become the usual double parking everywhere.
when the logo land and universal studios, and theme parks all open, can you imagine all the cars that will be in that area at once.
Of course I hope it works out well because people will be watching, I am considering purchasing a house over that area and I can imagine living over their trying to get home to my house but stuck in all the traffic of cars visiting the attractions.