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DANIELS SAYS LPGA CONTINUES TO SUFFER FROM WRIGHT'S COMMENTS
Published June 27, 1995
LPGA player Beth Daniels said that players must continue "to defend themselves against allegations that lesbianism has damaged the women's tour." Although it has been six weeks since the furor surrounding CBS golf analyst Ben Wright's alleged comments about women's golf, Daniels said players "are getting sick and tired of answering the same questions." Daniels: "Ben Wright can hide behind CBS and that writer can hide behind her paper. Our tour has had to suffer" (N.Y. POST, 6/27).