Paige Spiranac Calls Out NCAA for Canceling Women’s Golf Regional Because the Course Was “Not Playable at a Championship Level”

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SJ - May 13, 2021

When Paige Spiranac speaks we listen.  On Wednesday evening she spoke out against the NCAA.

The NCAA announced earlier on Wednesday that they were canceling the women's golf regional because "the course is playable, but not playable at a championship level."

That decision ended seasons and careers as the top six seeded teams were automatically allowed to move on.

Paige wasn't the only one upset by the decision, although she likely has one of the bigger reaches.  The decision was not a popular one among the players either, especially the senior who had their careers come to an end.

Some of them will be able to follow in Paige's footsteps.  Unfortunate that career path isn't for everyone and not everyone can do what Paige can.

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