Graduated from Southeastern Louisiana University, worked as operation supervisor of Desert Resorts Golf Club in La Quinta, California, vice-general manager of KSL Recreation Management Operation in La Quinta, California, general manager of Bonita Springs, Florida.
Christopher P. May, who is from the United States, is an undergraduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Engaged in the golf industry since 1985, he worked as the Superintendent in Golden Lake Golf Club in Foshan, Guangdong Province; Agronomist at Four Seasons Resort in Nevis, West Indies; Superintendent at Sandy Lane Hotel in Barbados, West Indies; Project Manager with Troon Golf in the Dominican Republic; and General Manager of Jennings Turf International in La Paz, Mexico.
Allen Hu, a graduate in turf management at Beijing Forestry University, took part in the State High-Tech Development Plan and published several academic papers in China’s core periodicals. He was the Superintendent in Qiandaohu Country Club in Hangzhou City, and is a member of Course Management Committee Member of China Golf Association.
Ling got seventeen years experience in golf field, worked as director or general manager in sevral top-level golf clubs and 5-star hotels in China, the guest professor in Tianjing Institute of Sports.
PhD Candidate of New Zealand Waikato University, post graduate of Tourism Management School, Beijing International Studies University. Started career in club management since 2008, once worked as assistant of vice GM of Frenchman’s Creek Country Club, Marketing Manager of St. Andrews (Zhengzhou) Golf Club Enterprise.
MBA Degree of Hong Kong Asia Business College, worked as human resource manager of Wuxi Jinyuan Golf Club, and executive director of Qingyuan Shengxing Enterprise.