CEO Kang Chun-ja, who led the Korea Women’s Professional Golf Tour (KLPGT), resigned, and Lee Young-mi (60), who won 20 individual wins, took over as the new CEO.
The Korea Women’s Professional Golf Tour announced on the 19th that the CEO was appointed through the 2023 KLPGT 5th Board of Directors held at the Gangnam-gu Office.
Lee Young-mi, vice president of the Korea Women’s Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) and director of KLPGT, was appointed as the new CEO.메이저놀이터
Lee joined the KLPGA as a regular member in 1985 and holds a personal record of 20 wins, including 3 wins on the KLPGA regular tour, 8 wins on the JLPGA tour, and 9 wins on the KLPGA Champions Tour.
CEO Lee has served as KLPGA Director since 2012 and Vice President of KLPGA since 2016. He served as co-CEO of KLPGT from May 2020 to March last year.
The term of office of the President is 3 years. It carries out tasks for the development of KLPGT, such as attracting new sponsorships and maintaining relationships with sponsors.