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LPGA Explores Annual Denver Event On Heels Of Successful Solheim Cup
Published August 19, 2013
GROWING THE GAME: Cotton reported one of "the busier pavilions" at the Solheim Cup was the Girls Golf booth, which was a "joint project" of the LPGA and USGA. The Girls Golf program as of three years ago "had about 2,500 participants," but this year it "topped 10,000" with about 260 outlets in the U.S. Whan said that the program has "received a sizable cash influx from the LPGA" (DENVER POST, 8/18).