Report Bivens wont fight ouster


BETHLEHEM, Pa. – LPGA commissioner Carolyn Bivens first intended to fight an attempt to oust her from her job but has agreed to step down, according to a report in the New York Times on Saturday.
The newspaper cited a source saying Bivens agreed after being presented the letter prepared by 15 LPGA players that was delivered to the tour's board last week seeking her resignation.

Juli Inkster, one of seven player directors on the board, declined to comment on the simmering issue when approached after her round Saturday at the U.S. Women's Open.