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LPGA player to wear LELA Designs
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Jan '08
Lela Designs is pleased to announce that yet another LPGA player has chosen to wear LELA Designs while competing at the highest level in golf.

Hwanhee Lee, a rookie on the LPGA Tour has selected LELA as her clothing of choice for the upcoming season. Lee competed on the Duramed Futures Tour in 2007 and recorded two top-10 finishes. She turned professional in August, 2005 after a distinguished amateuer career.

In 2000, Lee was a member of the Canon Cup West Team on the American Junior Golf Association circuit and represented the United States at the World Junior Golf Cup.

She played for four years on her high school's boys varsity golf team and then played collegiate golf at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) where she won the 2002 Lady Aztec Invitational Championship and the 2004 Las Vegas Founders Women's Collegiate Showdown.

In 2002, she was named a UNLV Women's Sport Foundation MVP All-American and finished second at the 2002 U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship.

Tina Hofer, Lela Managing Director, states, “We are very pleased that another LPGA player has chosen LELA. These players are competing at the very highest level and this level of competition demands optimal performance and styling.

The fact that Ms. Lee has chosen LELA as a clothing company that offers superior performance in combination with a fashion-forward approach to design speaks volumes about the line.

We are proud to be the leader in eco-friendly, sustainable clothing for touring professionals. The visibility that Ms. Lee and the other professionals now wearing LELA brings the line also benefits the resorts, boutiques and golf courses that are carrying LELA for their discerning customer base.”

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