Report: LPGA players asking for commissioner Carolyn Bivens resignation

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ORLANDO, Fla. - A meeting last week of more than a dozen players has resulted in a letter sent to the LPGA Tour's board urging that commissioner Carolyn Bivens resign, according to a published report.
Golfweek Magazine reported Monday that key players stated in the letter the LPGA Tour's woe cannot be blamed on a poor economy, and they said the tour should find a new leader to rebuild relationships with longtime sponsors.
The magazine cited a player who had received a copy of the letter.
Among those at the meeting last week in Toledo, Ohio., were Lorena Ochoa, Paula Creamer, Cristie Kerr and Natalie Gulbis, among the most prominent players in women's golf.

Organizations: LPGA, Golfweek Magazine

Geographic location: ORLANDO, Toledo, Ohio

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