In collegiate sports, the NCAA has the power to ban a school from competing in for at least one year for severe rules violations. The LPGA also has that power which may be wielded shortly.
In the final round of the North Texas Shootout, Na Yeon Choi wasn’t having a whole lot of fun so she decided to shake things up. For the last five holes, she figured a more favorable face was required on her bag and enlisted her friend, and fellow LPGA member, Jennifer Song. The problem is, under LPGA rules, she is forbidden to caddie for another player and is a major infraction of the LPGA guidelines.
From what I hear, many players are up in arms and demanding suspension for the remainder of the year.
As of now, the top dog has not made a decision as indicated by Jennifer’s participation in this week’s event at Kingsmill.
Then there was this:
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