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LPGA Major In Desert Healthy As Tournament Enters Third Year Of Deal With ANA

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 28 / 17

The "blank canvas" of the LPGA ANA Inspiration, which starts Thursday, has allowed tournament operator WME-IMG and title sponsor ANA to "try to re-create one of the jewels of women’s professional golf," according to Larry Bohannan of the Palm Springs DESERT SUN. In '14, the "last year of ...

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