SUGAR GROVE, Ill. – Perhaps the LPGA can end its search for a new commissioner. There’s a triumvirate here at the Solheim Cup that thinks it has enough on-the-job training to handle the tour.
U.S. captain Beth Daniel and assistant captains Meg Mallon and Kelly Robbins say they’ve had to put out so many fires this week that there hasn’t been much time to enjoy the experience, something they hope will end once play begins here Friday at Rich Harvest Farms Friday.
“A lot of stuff going on behind the scenes,” Daniel said. “I’ve never dealt with so much stuff. I feel like I’m running a golf tournament this week. It’s like Kelly and Meg and I just decided that we can now run the LPGA Tour because we know how to do it.”
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