Ladies Professional Golf Association
MOBILE, AL - MAY 19: (L) Lexi Thompson dunks water on (R) Jennifer Johnson following her first LPGA victory after the final round of the Mobile Bay LPGA Classic at the Crossings Course at the Robert Trent Jones Trail at Magnolia Grove on May 19, 2013 in Mobile, Alabama.
The damage to the golf course and structures caused by Tuesday's heavy rain and winds was extensive and we are working around the clock to repair damages and drain the golf course so that we can present a first-class event for the LPGA, Pure Silk and the people of the Bahamas ... We thank everyone for their understanding and patience while we do everything possible to return Ocean Club Golf Course to championship condition.
While we know that not every one of our members is in favor of the rule change, the LPGA will continue to respect and follow the Rules of Golf.More quotes »
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