The 72 two-woman teams will compete for a US$2 million purse at Midland Country Club in Midland, Michigan.
The sisters were finally able to leave the city late last week after being granted emergency humanitarian visas.
The sisters' lawyer says Hong Kong immigration authorities have indicated the pair would be 'tolerated' in the city until February 28, after which they could be deported.
An NYPD spokesman says there is nothing pointing to a crime as of yet.
NYPD say the sisters were from Saudi Arabia living in Virginia, and at least one of them was reported missing two months ago.
High Court sentences man, on appeal, to 40 years in jail on two charges of sodomising and raping his teenage daughter, and fixes another day for mention of the remaining 621 convictions.
Lawyers argue in High Court that all 623 charges were not read to the man and that he was not asked if he wanted a lawyer to defend him during the trial.
The two claim that they have been repeatedly raped by the family members over the last six years, since they were 13 and nine years old.
The charred bodies of the two sisters were found in six-tonne lorry laden with LPG cylinders which caught fire after skidding into a ravine.
The three sisters, aged 8, 9, and 14, have accused their brother of sexually assaulting them.