VGS Group reshuffles leadership

By Vinh Tran - Dec 24, 2023 | 10:27 AM GMT+7

TheLEADERAfter almost seven years of growth and contribution to the domestic golf industry, VGS Group embarks on a new chapter with totally fresh investment.

VGS Group reshuffles leadership
Vo Duy Nghia, Chairman and CEO of VGS Group

The VGS Group, a preeminent corporation at the forefront of Vietnam's diverse golf ecosystem and the initial developer operator of the national golf handicap system - vHandicap, has announced a transition in ownership.

Vo Duy Nghia will helm the group as the new Chairman and CEO.

Nghia, a seasoned golfer with extensive experience in technology and media business management, has acquired the entire stake in VGS Group and is actively implementing plans for this new journey.

Nghia shares his enthusiasm: "I am delighted to take the reins of the nation's most dynamic golf development corporation. The achievements of VGS Group have significantly advanced the Vietnamese golf community. 

While time constraints preclude a detailed discussion here, our forward-looking plans, amidst challenges, focus on building a solid foundation, continuously improving our offerings, and placing the golfer at the heart of our ecosystem to deliver unparalleled experiences."

In a friendly and cooperative atmosphere, a smooth and successful event was held to welcome the new leaders of VGS Group, with the participation of Vu Nguyen, Vice chairman and Secretary general and Tran Duy Canh, Vice chairman of the Vietnam Golf Association.

Under the visionary leadership of the new Chairman and CEO VGS Group is set to make significant strides in enhancing its ecosystem and services, centering on the core value of enriching the golfer's experience.

Established in 2017, VGS Group is Vietnam's leading provider of specialized golf products and services, boasting nearly 100,000 member golfers.

Collaborating with top domestic enterprises and international partners, VGS Group has been instrumental in developing a robust and sustainable golf ecosystem, expanding its reach from North to South Vietnam.