Se-Ri Pak participated as a speaker at the ‘Women in Golf Forum’ hosted by the Royal Golf Association of England
The ‘R&A Women in Golf Forum’ hosted by the Royal Golf Association of England (R&A) was held at the Tanamera Country Club in Singapore on the 9th (Korean time).
At this forum, with the theme of women’s golf, which is rapidly growing in Asia, presentations were made on the importance of increasing women’s golf population and various women’s golf leadership for an inclusive golf culture, followed by in-depth discussions.
On this day, a total of 80 golf officials from 18 countries attended the forum, and each speaker gave a presentation on the development of women’s golf and international exchange.
In particular, Se-Ri Pak (CEO of Baz International/Director of AGLF) attended the forum as a speaker and drew attention.
Head coach Pak Se-ri, who has been inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame, gave a presentation on the experiences gained through her 20 years of tour life, challenges and overcoming crises.
Coach Pak Se-ri said, “I participated in the tournament when I was active, and a person who contributed a lot to golf in Malaysia 메이저사이트 came and told me that he was very proud of me.” At that time, he started thinking about how to further develop Asian golf,” he began his speech in both Korean and English.
“Currently, there is a lot of focus on the professional tour, but the process of finding gemstones and making jewelry is very important and I think it is an assignment that we need to solve,” he said. “In particular, we need to introduce a curriculum and systematic system for junior golf education, and You should be able to experience a lot through sports. To that end, we will continue to work hard for the development of R&A and youth golf.”
In addition to Director Pak Se-ri, R&A Director Jackie Davidson, R&A Asia Pacific Regional Director Dominic Wall, Gachon University Professor Soon-Young Kim, and AGLF Secretary General Paul Park participated in the forum.
KLPGA Senior Vice President Kim Soon-mi and Vice President Lee Young-mi and professional Kim Ae-sook, who was a tour player in JLPGA and KLPGA, also attended the forum to publicize the development process of women’s golf in Korea and promote international exchange.
g) Asia Golf Leaders Forum (AGLF) presented topics on the background of its founding, future plans for the development of women’s golf in the Asia Pacific region, and its key role in expanding the Ladies Asian Tour (LAT) series with 13 golf organizations in 12 countries. did
Jackie Davidson, Director of the Royal Golf Association (R&A), said, “The Asia Pacific region has grown to become the world’s leading region for women’s golf, and it is very meaningful to host the R&A Women in Golf Forum in Asia for the first time. “For golf to thrive and the golf industry to develop over the next 50 years, more women need to be able to participate in golf,” she said.
In addition, the British Royal Golf Association (R&A) added, “To hold the R&A Women in Golf Forum, we have prepared a lot together with the Asia Golf Leaders Forum (AGLF) and the Asia Pacific Golf Confederation (APGC).”