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Translating LPGA’s ‘English’ mandate: It’s all about money

News item: The Ladies Professional Golf Association will require that its players speak “effective” English beginning in 2009 or be suspended from the tour. In other words, ladies, you all had better be ready, willing and able to “push 1 for English”—and sooner rather than later. The LPGA didn’t just stir the pot with this new policy, ...

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