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LPGA commissioner sees brighter days ahead, possibly at Kingsmill

rivercoursekm_edited-1The sponsor-first mentality introduced to the LPGA by commissioner Mike Whan is creating positive vibrations that could one day be felt in Williamsburg and Kingsmill Resort.

Whan, visiting the LPGA Futures Tour’s Eagle Classic during an off-week on the main tour’s schedule, said Thursday that "dialogue is ongoing with Kingsmill" regarding the possible return of the women’s tour to the sprawling resort on the lower James River.

Kingsmill and Anheuser-Busch played host to a popular LPGA tournament from 2003-2009.

Sponsorship was withdrawn following the acquisition of Anheuser-Busch by European brewing conglomerate InBev.

"That’s not to say that anything is imminent," Whan said. "But we’re talking. There’s mutual interest. The thing we need to do now is figure out the finances that will let us pull it off."
 
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