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PGA, European Tour Leaders Have Different Views On Unifying Golf In The FuturePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 30 / 16
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem’s idea for the future of golf, a "unified global organization overseeing both the men’s and women’s pro game everywhere it exists," faces a growing impediment in the European Tour, which "wants no part of it," according to Brian Costa of the WALL S...
The "underlying motif" of the recently concluded du Maurier Canadian Open in Toronto was "finding a new sponsor" to replace Imperial Tobacco when it withdraws in ''98 due to tobacco sponsorship legisl
The NBA and the NBPA announced that the salary cap for the ''97-98 season has been set at $26.9M, up from the $24.4M of ''96-''97. The cap may be "subject to an upward adjustment in the next few weeks
The USTA "over the next three weeks will leverage its crown jewel, the U.S. Open, in marketing efforts to promote the sport -- especially to kids," according to Jeff Jensen of AD AGE. The Open "marks
The WNBA Comets-Sting game at the Charlotte Coliseum drew 18,937 fans, the "largest crowd in the history of women''s pro basketball" (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 8/17). MOTHER''S GOING TO KEEP BABY COZY AND W
MLB owners have committed $1.45B in guaranteed contracts through 2002, according to USA TODAY. Atlanta has the "largest commitment" through 2002 with $153,522,047 for seven players; the A''s have no g
The NFL and its marketing strategy are examined by John Seabrook of THE NEW YORKER. The arrival of former MTV President Sara Levinson to head NLFP in ''94 "was something of a cultural shift" for the "
MLS Commissioner Doug Logan unveiled plans regarding the league''s ''98 conference alignment, expansion draft and its regular season schedule, following two days of Management Committee meetings in Ne
As MLB discusses various realignment proposals, most in the media commented this week on the radical realignment plan, or the "16-14" concept that would see seven teams move from the NL to the AL and
MLS'' Exec Committee "approved a plan yesterday to reduce the number of league games to six during the first two weeks of the World Cup in France next summer," league sources told Mark Asher of the WA
The NHL has "guaranteed" labor peace "on all fronts for the next four years by reaching an agreement with its referees and its linesmen," according to David Shoalts of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. The de