Yoon Ina Reduced Disciplinary Action for Playing Wrong Ball

Women’s golfer Eana Yoon, who was disciplined for ‘wrong ball play’ and late reporting, which violated the rules, will be able to return to the KLPGA tour this year. 

The KLPGA decided to reduce Yoon Na’s disciplinary action from 3 years to 1 year and 6 months. 카지노사이트 백링크

The Korea Ladies Professional Golf Association KLPGA held a board meeting and reduced the disciplinary period imposed on Yoon Na in September 2022 from 3 years to 1 year and 6 months.

Yoon Ina, who was popular for her exciting long shots, caused a big stir when it was belatedly revealed that during the first round of the Korea Women’s Open in June 2022, she played to the end despite knowing that it was not her ball. 토토사이트 백링크

In addition, she delayed reporting the fact of ‘playing wrong balls’ for a month

so she was severely punished by both the Korea Golf Association and KLPGA with a three-year ban, putting her life as a player in danger.

The KLPGA said, “Yoon Na has consistently engaged in community service activities and spent time in serious reflection

such as donating all of the prize money she received from the U.S. mini tour, and considering the positions of sponsors, fans, and all members, we decided to bail out the player through a vote.” He said.

Previously, in September of last year, the Korea Golf Association first reduced the disciplinary period to 1 year and 6 months

allowing Yoon Ina to participate in the KLPGA Tour and the Korea Women’s Open tournament hosted by the Korea Golf Association starting this season.

Yoon Ina bowed her head, saying through her management company,

I will not repeat the same mistake and will play honestly and sincerely,” and “I apologize once again to everyone I have caused trouble.”

Yoon Ina said she will be able to play starting from the domestic opening round of the KLPGA Tour in April 메이저사이트 백링크

but did not specify when she would return, saying she would have sufficient time for self-reflection and training.

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