The LPGA is taking a mulligan.

It seems the governing body of women's golf is backing off their "English Only" policy. The Associated Press is reporting the LPGA is reversing a plan that would've suspended players who could not speak English efficiently.

The reversal comes as the LPGA weathers a storm of controversy from sponsors and civil rights groups.

One California lawmaker suggested the rule might violate state law covering workplace discrimination or disabilities. So let me get this straight -- not speaking the nation's official language is a disability?

I'll give you once guess which city the lawmaker represents.