Free entry in Qatar

03/02/2012 17:39:00
Paul Carrigill, European Tour referee, checks condititions on the 16th gre  (Getty Images)
Paul Carrigill, European Tour referee, checks condititions on the 16th gre (Getty Images)

Following the suspension of play on day two due to high winds, organisers of the 2012 Commercialbank Qatar Masters presented by Dolphin Energy have announced that entry to the final two days of the $2.5 million tournament will be free of charge.

With the tournament reduced to a 54-hole event, play will resume at Doha Golf Club at 08.45am on Saturday, with round two to be completed before the third and final round takes place on Sunday.