The Dinah has stood LPGA's test of time
RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. -- Tournaments come and go in golf, as do sponsors and venues. That especially has been the case for the LPGA, which has spent 59 years patching holes in a sometimes leaky bucket and still surviving as the oldest and most successful women's professional sports organization.
But if there is a cornerstone in the foundation of this tour -- and there is -- it is the Dinah Shore Tournament Course at Mission Hills Country Club, scene of an LPGA event since ...
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