LPGA Commish Mike Whan: ‘Don’t worry about American golf’

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LPGA commissioner Michael Whan speaks following the final round of the RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup at Wildfire Golf Club on March 17, 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Let’s drill down on LPGA Commish Mike Whan’s thoughts about the new Q-Series, the ANWA, and the future of American women’s golf

LPGA Commish Mike Whan sat down with Golf Channel’s Gary Williams at the start of the Tour’s Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions for a chat about the current state and the future of the women’s game.

The Commish is understandably bullish about the state of the game and where it’s going. That’s his job, after all. But Whan covered some territory with Williams that intrigues me and that I think merits a bit of elaboration.

First, take a minute to look at this video clip of their conversation:

Now, let’s drill down on several points and how the Commish sees them:

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