Jeon In-ji, who has a lot of donations, is a finalist for the LPGA Impact Award… Fan voting until the 6th of next month

Jeon In-ji (29) was named as a finalist for the ‘Impact Award’ given to players who contributed to the development of golf.

The U.S. Women’s Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and its sponsor Velocity Global announced on the 22nd (Korean time) that Inji Jeon, Lisette Salas, and Mariah Stackhouse (above the United States) were selected as finalists.

This award was established to honor players who have contributed to the development of golf by giving back to society.

In 2015, Inge Jeon was recognized for her contribution to establishing the ‘Inji Jeon Lancaster Country Club Scholarship Foundation’.

After winning the US Women’s Open at the Lancaster Country Club in Pennsylvania, USA, Jeon In-ji donated 10,000 dollars, saying, “I want to give back to the community.” 스포츠토토

In 2016 and 2018, she also donated 100 million won each to Korea University, her own alma mater.

Salas and Stackhouse have been engaged in various social contribution activities as descendants of Mexican immigrants and African Americans, respectively.

The fan vote to determine the final winner will be held from the 21st to the 6th of next month. The winners will be announced on March 8, International Women’s Day.

The winner is given the honor of choosing a donation destination for the $100,000 fund raised by Velocity Global. The two eliminated players each donate $25,000 in the same way.

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