PGA of America becomes first big stakeholder to dump Trump course from hosting an event
Know a course interested in hosting four high-profile tour pros in October for a couple days of mildly competitive golf? You might try giving officials at the PGA of America a call as they look for a new place to play the 2015 PGA Grand Slam of Golf.
And don't mention Donald Trump as a reference.
The PGA of America announced Tuesday that it will not be holding the 2015 event at Trump National Golf Club - Los Angeles as previously scheduled. The course had been named the site of the two-day competition, which annually pits the winners of the year's four major championships, in March. The event had been held the past seven years in Bermuda.