European Tour investigating Turkish rocket attacks

<div class="news_article"><p>European Tour officials have spent the weekend investigating reports of a rocket attack in the Turkish southern city of Antalya, host to the forthcoming Turkish Airlines Open.</p><p><div class="getty embed image" style="background-color:#fff;display:inline-block;font-family:'Helvetica Neue',Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;color:#a7a7a7;font-size:11px;width:100%;max-width:594px;"><div style="padding:0;margin:0;text-align:left;"><a href="" target="_blank" style="color:#a7a7a7;text-decoration:none;font-weight:normal !important;border:none;display:inline-block;">Embed from Getty Images</a></div><div style="overflow:hidden;position:relative;height:0;padding:67.171717% 0 0 0;width:100%;"><iframe src="//" width="594" height="399" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" style="display:inline-block;position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%;margin:0;"></iframe></div><p style="margin:0;"></p></div></p><p></p><p>On Friday, Turkish media reported two rockets were fired into the town from a mountainous area near a highway linking Antalya to another resort town, Kemer. No one was killed or injured in the explosion, which evidently targeted a fuel tanker but hit a storage house for a nearby fishing company.</p><p>&ldquo;As a matter of priority, we are currently investigating [Friday&rsquo;s] incident in the Antalya region with our security consultants and local authorities,&rdquo; said a European Tour spokesman on Friday, according to PA Sport. &ldquo;We will update further as soon as possible.&rdquo;</p><p>Turkey has been target of multiple terror attacks dating back to 2015, blamed on the Kurdistan Workers&rsquo; Party (PKK) or the Islamic State group. A failed military coup was quelled in July.</p><p>The Turkish Airlines Open is the first event in the European Tour Final Series, set to be played Nov. 3-6 at the Regnum Carya Golf &amp; Spa Resort. Tiger Woods announced intentions to play this event in September but backed out on Monday when he withdrew from the PGA Tour&rsquo;s Safeway Open. Rory McIlroy is the top-billed player in the kickoff to the three-event series, with a $7 million purse. Victor Dubuisson of France is the defending champion.</p></div>