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LET reorganises Tournament Operations

8.03am 4th February 2009 - People

Alexandra Armas, executive director of the Ladies European Tour (LET), has announced a restructure of the LET tournament operations department by promoting Mark Casey and Cyprien Comoy.

Mark Casey, who is based in Windsor, England, joined the LET as International Development and Solheim Cup Director, in December 2007. He has been named Director of Operations and European Solheim Cup.

Cyprien Comoy, who hails from Toulouse in France, joined the LET as a Tournament Director in March 2007. He has been promoted to Director of Tournament Operations and will divide his time between the new Ladies European Tour headquarters at the Buckinghamshire Golf Club and events.

Andy Lott has taken the decision to leave that position and takes on the role of Senior Tournament Director. Andy Lott will support Cyprien Comoy over the coming months in the transition of the roles and he will continue to work as an integral part of the tournament operations team together with the Tournament Directors, Yvonne Cassidy and Steve Kavanagh who are experienced members of the team.

“With the restructure and the promotion of Mark Casey and Cyprien Comoy we have the best possible team to drive the LET forward,” said Armas. “The tournament directors will have a strong support system based in the office facilitating a consistent level of delivery of events. We have combined fresh thinking and enthusiasm with experience of running first class golf events. With this realignment we are positioning ourselves to deliver the best possible service to players, promoters and sponsors. This will allow us to operate more efficiently and to maximise the LET’s long-term growth.”

Ladies European Tour www.ladieseuropeantour.com

       

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