Hytera, a leading global provider of innovative professional mobile radio (PMR) communications solutions, has supported the 60th edition of the HONMA Hong Kong Open, the final tournaments on the Asian Tour and the opening event of the 2019 European Tour season, held in Hong Kong Golf Club during November 22-25. Hytera has witnessed top-notch golfers from around the world to excel and compete for a US$2-million-dollar prize purse as official radio supplier of the event.
Aaron Rai, the winner of HONMA Hong Kong Open 2018, was in his game.
“Over 25 years, Hytera has become synonymous with innovation, technology leadership and exceptional quality in PMR industry. We are very proud to partner with this prestigious golf tournament as it celebrates its own 60th anniversary and have sought to use this unique opportunity not only to contribute to the success of this year’s competition, but also to make contribution to the industry and the communities where we operate,” said Jeff Lau, Sales Manager of Hytera in Hong Kong.
Many golfers were warming up and practicing on a putting green before the play.
From volunteers to rules officials to security guards, the event organizers responsible for the safety of guests and golfers in the golf course rely on the proper communication tools, especially in such a wide range environment. Therefore, Hytera has supplied over 110+ DMR PD708 hand-held radios, MD788 mobile radios and RD628 repeaters which have overcome the problems of frequency allocation, weight, battery life, and integration with other systems to provide a full day of operation with wider coverage to ensure that every staff working at the event stays connected.
Event organizing team
Office of scoring team
Staffs at media center
Event third-party contractors
About Hong Kong Open
The Hong Kong Open, one of the oldest professional golf tournaments in the world, was first held in 1959, marking its 60th anniversary this year. It is an important part of the Asian and European tours, as well as being a Hong Kong “M” Mark event which will receive wide media coverage and will further cement Hong Kong’s status as the major sports event capital of Asia.