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Friday, September 5, 2008

LPGA has change of heart over foolish language policy

Under mounting scrutiny, and probably threatened lawsuits, the LPGA had a change of heart over their foolish language policy.

LPGA backs down from English language policy

Circuit wanted to suspend players for not speaking langage well enough

Associated Press

Under increasing criticism, the LPGA Tour on Friday backed off plans to suspend players who could not efficiently speak English at tournaments.

LPGA Tour commissioner Carolyn Bivens said she would have a revised plan by the end of the year that would not include suspensions for players unable to speak English in pro-ams, trophy presentations or interviews. Fining such players remained an option. >>read on


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