LPGA announces plans to postpone legends tournament in Kenmore

LPGA announces plans to postpone legends tournament in Kenmore

The Legends Tour, official Legends Tour of the LPGA, announced today it will postpone its annual tournament in Kenmore until 2015.

The Legends Swing for the Cure tournament, originally scheduled for July 27-28, will not be held in 2014.

“We hope to take the extra time to garner additional area support to create an even more successful and significant tournament in 2015,” said Jane Blalock, Legends Tour CEO. “The Seattle community prides itself on strong support for women’s sports and charitable causes and the LPGA legends look forward to being part of that tradition for years to come.”

The Legends Swing for the Cure tournament was staged in 2012 and 2013 at Inglewood Golf Club. The event showcased home state favorite JoAnne Carner, a member of the LPGA and World Golf Halls of Fame, who grew up in nearby Kirkland.For more information about The Legends Championship, visit

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