Dear Michelle Wie: Stay off drugs at Stanford, please!
Back in May, I blogged about a troubling study that revealed the “2005 National Collegiate Athletic Association survey of a sampling of golfers indicated … marijuana use by 25 percent, according to the NCAA.” That’s right, A QUARTER of U.S. college golfers tested smoke grass!
Now we read that Michelle Wie has been accepted to Stanford.
As a professional golfer and Nike pitchwoman, I know Michelle is not eligible for the Stanford golf team. But I’d be willing to bet she ends up spending a good bit of time with collegiate golfers there.
Michelle, I have to assume you’re reading this (if not, Jesse can pass it along), I have some advice for you:
Perhaps you’d have to be high to think you’ll ever win on the PGA Tour, and it might be tempting to go along with the college golf crowd, but PLEASE say no to drugs. You’ve just got too much to do and too many things to accomplish. And remember, quitters never win. Don’t be no fool, stay in school.
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It would be a good idea for some of Bubbles' fawning sycophants to stay off drugs.
It would be a good idea for some of Bubbles' fawning sycophants to stay off drugs.***
Come on Alex fess up, you inhaled.