Myanmar Hero’s Golf Project to promote new women golfers

Officials seen at the MoU signing ceremony for the Myanmar Hero’s Golf Project and distribution of World Handicap System certificates to Yangon golf clubs.  Photo: MGF
Officials seen at the MoU signing ceremony for the Myanmar Hero’s Golf Project and distribution of World Handicap System certificates to Yangon golf clubs.  Photo: MGF

With the aim of grooming a new generation of women golfers in Myanmar, a project titled Myanmar Hero’s Golf Project will be launched soon in Myanmar, according to a statement issued by the Myanmar Golf Federation.
The program will help new women golfers to emerge within a five-year term, according to officials.
The project, to be implemented under the Myanmar Hero’s Golf Management Co. Ltd, is being supported by Seiko Cooperation (Golf Management) of Japan and will be carried out in collaboration with the Myanmar Golf Federation.
A ceremony for signing the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the project and handing over of World Handicap System (WHS) certificates was held on 19 December at the Yangon Golf Club. Officials and concerned persons from the Myanmar Golf Federation and Myanmar Hero’s Golf Management Co. Ltd attended the ceremony.
The MoU was signed by vice chairman of the Myanmar Golf Federation, U Aung Kyi, following opening addresses by officials.
Next, certificates of World Handicap System were distributed to golf clubs in Yangon.
The Myanmar Golf Federation was formed in 1957 and aims to provide opportunities to young, talented women golfers to play for Myanmar at the international level, according to the federation.—Lynn Thit (Tgi)

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