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Comment from: Adam [Visitor] Email
That's great, though it's 20 years later than it should have been. Damn those politically correct fools that blocked the significant attempt to include it in Georgia.
10/09/09 @ 11:59
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
hahahaha...so many dreams for poor old wie. first making a cut in a men's event, didn't happen. the masters, never. playing regularly on the pga tour. nope. now dreaming of making a putt to win a gold medal. hahaha...will never happen. i can't even see her being on the team.
10/09/09 @ 12:36
Comment from: John D [Visitor]
WTF ! ! What was Wie doing on a committee to promote golf? They should have sent a real golfer - Like Anika. Oh well, they got the job done. Just can't imagine what impact a loser would have on making that decision.
10/09/09 @ 19:39
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
Golf would have lost if they had sent Tonya Harding instead of Michelle Wie.
10/10/09 @ 00:15
Comment from: John D [Visitor]
Oh, but Kerigan MIGHT have stood a chance? I just can not see why this country sees in sending a loser. Why reward someone with a 0-57 record with a trip to Denmark.

Next, it is a shame that the IOC allows paid professionals in the competition. Olympic winners should strive to become paid professionals. What the IOC is allowing is: Paid professionals to be the playground bullies. Who do you think will win gold, silver and bronze. I bet it won't be the the #1 ranked amateur in 2016.
10/10/09 @ 07:03
Comment from: Adam [Visitor] Email
Have they decided on exactly what kind of format?

Because the corrupt IOC is never going to allow a field full of Americans, so I'm guessing it will be like 2 from each country. In that case, I hope it is match play.
10/11/09 @ 13:45
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
Top 15--but otherwise no more than 2 per country. Based on current Rolex rankings, Kerr, Creamer, Stanford and Wie at 4,6,7, and 14 would be in--but no other Americans would make the field.
10/11/09 @ 15:00
Comment from: John D [Visitor]
Rolex must be tinkering with the points system again. How do they allow Wie-Wee 14th place with no wins? Going from 236th place to 14th place without a win in 2009?!?!? 7 top 10 finishes with 1 cut out of 17 starts. And thein the majors...67th, 23rd, 11th and a DNP..That's Impressive! I guess that is why she IS the WIN-LESS WUNDER.
10/11/09 @ 21:54
Comment from: Adaline Formosa [Visitor]
Thanks very much for sharing all of the great content! Looking forward to reading more posts!
11/16/10 @ 12:24

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