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Comment from: Stacy Solomon [Visitor]
The media should be given as many press passes as needed to cover the LPGA Tour, especially now as it is finally gaining in popularity. The coverage can only help in getting the word out.

And to Michelle Wie, I couldn't have said it better myself!

I would even go so far as to say that the LPGA is on the verge of surpassing the Champions Tour in excitement. Perhaps the purses will even swell to the same degree one day.
2006-02-25 @ 11:58
Comment from: John D [Visitor]
No more 'kind of stupid' than Wie trying to win on the PGA.
2006-02-25 @ 20:56
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor]
As Forest Gump used to say..."stupid is as stupid does"
2006-02-26 @ 22:34
Comment from: Zac [Visitor]
Mark
You need to better than this to get people to respond in numbers. You tried hard with the headline.
Unfortunately as usual you reporters twist everything.
Wie is not a Nike Golf Star, she is a Golf Star without Nike's help.
Secondly she didn't blast the LPGA, she simply answered a question. I am positive she didn't say it in a forceful or negative way.
2006-02-27 @ 18:33
Comment from: Dave [Visitor]
Mark,
Your comments are spot on. Bivens has been granted the Midas touch this season. Let's hope she doesn't turn it into the poo-poo touch.
Dave - Eye On Golf
2006-03-04 @ 09:05
Comment from: Boola Boss [Visitor]
About the Bivens situation - she should be thinking about her number one problem as the commish - making sure that she handles the Michelle Wie situation in such a manner that she will cause the LPGA to come out the big winner!

Also, she should make decisions about what will happen if Wiesy wins a tournament - how that will affect her status in end of the year tournaments.
2006-03-15 @ 20:47

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