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Due to Tropical Storm Nicole, the LPGA’s Pelican Women’s Championship was cut to 54 holes.

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Due to Tropical Storm Nicole, the LPGA Tour’s Pelican Women’s Championship, which is taking place this week in Belleair, Fla., has been cut to 54 holes.

The tournament, which was supposed to start Thursday, is now expected to start Friday due to storm damage to the course.

Due to Tropical Storm Nicole, the LPGA Tour’s Pelican Women’s Championship, which is taking place this week in Belleair, Fla., has been cut to 54 holes.

The tournament, which was supposed to start Thursday, is now expected to start Friday due to storm damage to the course.

“Forecasts call for 1-3 inches of rain and strong winds with gusts up to 50 mph. Local authorities have closed schools and may need to close bridges, affecting access to the course. It is not safe to have players, caddies, fans, volunteers, and staff on site due to the high winds.

“The Pelican Women’s Championship first round is scheduled to resume Friday morning. The Friday forecast is thankfully improving, and we will provide you with any additional information as soon as possible.”

The Pelican Women’s Championship is the LPGA Tour’s final full-field event of the season, with several important cutoffs still in play. After this week, the top 60 players in the Race to the CME Globe qualify for the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship and a shot at the largest first-place prize in women’s golf. The top 100 players in the standings at the end of this week will be guaranteed LPGA Tour status for next season.

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