Dubai Desert Classic closed to public on Thursday

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Due to the adverse weather conditions, and with the safety of all in mind, the organisers of Hero Dubai Desert Classic have made the decision to close the tournament to the public on Thursday, January 26.

Emirates Golf Club will be open only to the players, the caddies, officials and the media. 

"We look forward to welcoming everyone back on Friday, January 27. For those who booked hospitality packages for Thursday, January 26, please contact hospitality@dubaidesertclassic.com for a refund," the organisers said in a statement.

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