Golfer Lee Bo-mi from Inje announces retirement at the end of this season
Lee Bo-mi (35, photo), a female golfer from Inje, will retire at the end of this season.
On the 27th, Lee Bo-mi said through her management company, G-Ad Sports, “I plan to retire from the Japanese stage after the JLPGA tour this year.” I have announced my retirement,” he said.
Lee Bo-mi won 21 times on her JLPGA tour and swept the grand prize, prize money, and average at-bats category on the 2015 and 2016 Japan tour. She also recorded four wins on the Korean Women’s Professional Golf (KLPGA) Tour, and won major categories such as the 2010 KLPGA Tour Grand Prize, prize money king, average at bats, and most wins. 스포츠토토
In 2016, she won 20 JLPGA Tour victories and received a permanent seed on the KLPGA Tour.
Lee Bo-mi will start her season by participating in the Daikin Orchid Ladies Tournament, the opening day of the JLPGA Tour 2023 season, which opens on the 2nd of next month. Lee Bo-mi said, “She has been active in Japan for 13 years since 2011, and although it was difficult, it was a fun and happy time.” Thank you,” he said. Meanwhile, Lee Bo-mi married actress Kim Tae-hee’s younger sister Lee Wan in December 2019.