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New LPGA Tournament in Michigan

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Kraig Kahn, Chief Communications Officer for the LPGA, promised us a big week of announcements and he has not let us down.

Just a few days ago, Commissioner Michael Whan, on behalf of the LPGA, announced a three year partnership with transcontinental railway Canadian Pacific to become the title sponsor of the Canadian Women's Open. That seems to be just the beginning.



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I personally enjoy watching the LPGA when I have the time.  I can relate to their games better than the PGA guys who "are really good".  It would be a good thing for golf if the LPGA could become more visible to the golfing public, IMO


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