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Topic - Thomas O'Toole Jr.
USGA Vice President Thomas O'Toole Jr. said the better-ball format for the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship _ announced as replacements to both in February _ should lend to more exciting golf.
"Where better is women's sports celebrated than a state like California, one of the most significant states in the union?" said Thomas O'Toole Jr., chairman of the USGA's championship committee. "There's just great appeal to be able to go back there. Even though it's been a long time, we're excited that we accepted this invitation quickly."