Michael Reaves/Getty Images By Beth Ann Nichols | March 20, 2020 9:45 am LPGA commissioner Mike Whan told his players that he didn’t want to send out an email canceling more events until he had good news to share. “That’s just Mike being Mike right now,” said veteran Stacy Lewis. The bad news didn’t surprise anyone. No one really expected to get on a plane to Hawaii in the coming weeks. The LPGA announced on Friday that it is further delaying its season in the wake of the coronavirus. Three more domestic events will be postponed: the Lotte Championship in Ko Olina, Oahu, Hawaii (April 15-18), the Hugel-Air Premia L.A. Open in Los Angeles (April 23-26) and the LPGA Mediheal Championship in Daly City, California (April 30-May 3). Now for the good news: Whan rescheduled the ANA Inspiration for Sept. 10-13 at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California. The Cambia Portland Classic in Portland, Oregon, which had previously been scheduled for those dates, will now take place Sept. 17-20. The tour had previously postponed the ANA Inspiration, in addition to two more domestic stops in Phoenix and Carlsbad, California. “I hope we’re playing golf by September,” said Lewis. “It seems a


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