LPGA's English-only policy draws criticism from PGA members
NORTON, Mass. -- Imagine what could have happened to Angel Cabrera if he belonged to a tour that required its players to speak English.
A powerful Argentine who rose from an impoverished childhood, he won the U.S. Open last year at Oakmont by holding off Tiger Woods and Jim Furyk. In the hours after the trophy presentation, Cabrera made his way through a maze of media interviews in Spanish with an interpreter at his side.
Under a new LPGA Tour policy effective next year, Cabrera ...
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