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Oct 25

Pitching, Putting, Politics

Politics Influence Women’s Golf An Update on Moving the Women’s U.S. Open I thought that we were done with this subject the last time  I commented on it. It’s really only worth one page of commentary, not two, but as things seem to do in an American election year, the story has evolved, at least …

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Mar 22

Masters for Women? When?

LPGA Masters at Augusta? Whan Tries, But No Deal It’s that time again. Time again for the gorgeous fairways, greens, creeks and bridges of Augusta, golf candy for the eye, without a doubt. From childhood on, the Masters has been my favorite of the four majors. The field was comprised of the best from a …

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Aug 17

Brooke Henderson’s Breakthrough

Brooke Henderson Young Canadian Star Statement Loud and Clear Every young phenom that comes along in the golf world, male or female, has his or her own career personality that tags along through the first wins. Lydia Ko’s was as different from Lexi Thompson’s as it could be, and Brooke Henderson, the young woman from …

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Aug 09

Farewell to Louise Suggs

Louise Suggs, Co-founder of LPGA Dies at 91 Great institutions move forward from generation to generation, but the special nature of the founding era can never be matched. The age of discovery and establishment is wholly unique, and losing the parent generation of any great organization is difficult to bear. The LPGA Tour must deal …

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Jan 15

The LPGA – It’s Working!

The LPGA Triumphant Resurgence! A major golf publication recently offered six reasons why the LPGA is experiencing a burgeoning popularity over the past few years. Perhaps that in itself is a surprise, and some golf fans aren’t aware that the women’s tour is flourishing in a way it never has. The founders of the LPGA …

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Nov 07

Nicole Hage – Am I My Resume?

Nicole Hage High Risk? So, an LPGA player comes out of Auburn University, makes it clear beyond the shadow of a doubt that she knows how to play this game, qualifies for the LPGA, plays for six or seven years, and realizes that “hey, this isn’t for me,” and leaves the tour. There’s nothing too …

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