The disciplinary action against Yoon Ea, who caused the ‘Ogu Play Controversy’, will be reduced and lifted as of March 20th.
The Korea Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) increased the disciplinary period for member Yoon Ina, who caused a stir at the 2022 ‘DB Group 36th Korea Women’s Open Golf Championship’ and was suspended from attending or hosting KLPGA competitions, from 3 years to 1 year. It was announced on the 8th that the discount was reduced to one month. 먹튀검증
According to KLPGA Reward and Punishment Subcommittee Regulations, Chapter 3, Article 21 (Amnesty), if the member subject to disciplinary action complies with the committee’s decision, complies with the disciplinary regulations, and has a clear intention to engage in combat, the committee recommends and the board of directors decides to impose disciplinary action. May be reduced or exempted.
Prior to this, in September of last year, the Korea Golf Association (KGA) announced that Yoon Ina’s suspension period from KGA competitions would be reduced from 3 years to 1 year and 6 months and that she would be granted 50 hours of community service.
Yoon Ina said through her management company Crowning on this day, “She will continue to spend time in service and self-reflection, while sincerely asking for understanding from her senior and junior fellow players and making every effort to open her heart.” “It will,” he said.
She went on to say, “She would like to once again apologize to anyone who has caused any inconvenience due to her wrong actions. She will not repeat the same mistake and will play honestly and sincerely in accordance with the spirit and rules of golf.”
Yoon Ina will be available starting from the opening game in April this season. However, Yoon Ina’s side has not yet specified the timing of his return.