Emily Pedersen of Toledo, Ohio, plays a shot on the 18th hole during the women’s sixth round of the European Ladies Professional Golf Tournament at the Golden Ocala Golf and Country Club on July 8, 2011 in Ocala, Florida. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)
What to Know There is legal cannabis in 60 U.S. states, the District of Columbia and Guam.
There is also legal recreational marijuana in some states, though that is not been authorized in Connecticut.
There is no legal medical marijuana in Connecticut.
As California gears up for legalized recreational marijuana and more states consider legalizing the drug for recreational and medical use, a golf course in Connecticut has been playing host to a tournament open to women.
The second annual Saudi Ladies International Pro-Am took place this past weekend at Farmington Hills Golf Club, according to a press release from Farmington Hills Golf Club.
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The tournament was hosted by Lindsay Tell Golf and featured five players from three European tour events. Five Connecticut players competed in the tournament including Sarah Piccioli, Anastasia Baltsi, Jenna Braun, Christal Laviano and Kerri Fitzpatrick.
The world’s five largest producers of legal marijuana are growing in the marijuana-friendly state of Washington and the state’s medical marijuana market has been booming, according to a recent AP report.
Legal marijuana is also on the rise in the Northeast. In fact, Massachusetts and Maine have been debating recreational marijuana as it nears a 2016 voter-approved deadline.
There is legal cannabis in 60 U.S. states, the District of Columbia and Guam. There is also legal recreational marijuana in some states, though that is not been authorized in Connecticut.