PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan’s Tuesday’s press conference at the Tour Championship will include plenty of topics. The Tour announced on Monday the implementation of a new integrity program that will begin next year in order to “protect its competitions from potential outside influences related to gambling.” Although the Tour has prohibited gambling for many years, the new policy will now include players, their support teams, tournament staff and volunteers, and the entire Tour staff. According to a news release issued by the Tour, the new policy’s goal is “to maintain integrity and prevent and mitigate betting-related corruption in Tour competitions.” The Tour also announced it will monitor
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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa – North Carolina State saw its lead drop on Monday at the Golfweek Conference Challenge, but the Wolfpack are still in control with one round to go. The wind picked up Monday at the Cedar Rapids Country Club but it didn’t keep every team out of red numbers. North Carolina State fired a 2-under 286 to reach 16 under and retain the top spot. But their overnight lead of nine was cut to five after Iowa posted a 6-under 282 to move to 11 under. San Francisco came in with the round of the day with a 7-under 281 to jump from fifth to third at 4 under. North-Carolina Wilmington sits in fourth at even par. The Wolfpack is looking to earn its first victory of the season and of the head