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Golf-LPGA happy to let USGA make Trump course decision

INCHEON, South Korea, Oct 15 (Reuters) - LPGA chief Mike Whan says the Tour will back golf authorities no matter what decision they make about hosting the 2017 US Women's Open at a course owned by presidential nominee Donald Trump amid a storm over sexually aggressive comments he made about women.
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