Singapore: Chris May has been appointed to the role of Regional Director of Agronomy for IMG Asia Pacific.
In his new post, May will be responsible for overseeing all agronomic programmes at IMG-managed clubs in the region and will work closely with superintendents to develop and implement agronomic plans.
May has an outstanding career and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience, having most recently spent four years as Director of Agronomy at Shanqin Bay Golf Club in Hainan, China.
Previously, May worked as Director of Agronomy at Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. Prior to that he was at the exclusive Sandy Lane Golf Club in Barbados. He is originally from Wisconsin.
Paul Burley, Vice President, IMG Golf, said: “We are excited to welcome Chris to the team as his knowledge and international experience will be a great asset to our growing portfolio of courses.
“With over 20 managed clubs across Asia Pacific, it is vital the playing conditions at each of our courses are consistently at world-class standards, and we’re confident that Chris will make an immediate positive impact and contribute to the further growth of our business.”
May said: “It is truly an honour to join the team at IMG, which is recognised for managing some of the most prestigious golf facilities in the region.
“I look forward to the many opportunities that come along with maintaining such highly regarded courses.”
IMG is an Executive Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
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