Women’s golf is ripping itself apart over new dress codes designed to make players less sexy. Top players, including English star Charley Hull, have slammed the game’s ruling body — the Ladies Professional Golf Association. And the Women’s British Open, which starts today at Kingsbarns near St Andrews, has been overshadowed by the row. LPGA...
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