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Sunday, October 11, 2020

The Unusual Case of the LPGA Major

Today I've just got a link to a article by Mercer Baggs that explains the unusual circumstances surrounding the final round of the KPMG Women's PGA today.

Leader Sei Young Kim

The strange situation is this:

Sunday, however, will be unlike anything the players have experienced in a major championship as the leading threesome will not be in the final group.

In fact, Kim, Henderson and Nordqvist will tee off at 8:49 a.m. ET. The last group will go out at 9:22 a.m., with no one following the leading trio within 14 shots of the lead.

It's all got to do with NBC's broadcast window for a summer golf event being played during the fall when there's a lot of other sports vying for airspace.

The article gives you the details. Just be aware that you may know the winner long before the event is actually finished.

1 comment:

  1. Some winners we do know about since these events were played in Asia: Na Rin An claimed her maiden KLPGA victory at the Autech Carrier Championship while Mone Inami won the rain shortened Stanley Ladies Golf Tournament on the JLPGA in a 3 way sudden death playoff.
    Taehoon Kim won the Genesis Championship on the KPGA for his 4th career title on tour.