CROMWELL — The comments from PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan were more measured, less hostile and, most importantly, with a plan for the future of the Tour.
In his first public comments since June 12, Monahan outlined a plan Wednesday afternoon at TPC River Highlands, site of this week’s Travelers Championship, that would include changing the tour schedule, narrowing the field for the inaugural FedExCup event and creating a handful of international events comes with a limited, uncircumcised field for the top players in the FedExCup leaderboard.
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