2016 LPGA International Crown leaving Rich Harvest Farms

2016 LPGA UL International Crown leaving Rich Harvest Farms

With less than a year until the second ULĀ International Crown, the LPGA Tour and planned 2016 host Rich Harvest Farms announced Wednesday that the Chicago-area club will not host the event.

The LPGA announced it still intends to host the biennial team-based event in in the Chicago area on its scheduled July 21-24 dates. The Tour also maintains that the 2018 edition of the event will be played in South Korea.

Spain won the inaugural International Crown in 2014, played at Caves Valley, north of Baltimore.


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