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PGA Tour's Monahan Explains Why Events Stayed In North Carolina Despite HB2

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 10 / 17

New PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan said one reason no Tour events have been moved out of North Carolina in the wake of the state's controversial HB2 "bathroom bill" is that they are "held at private facilities." There are four sanctioned events that take place annually in the state -- the PGA Tou...

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