Creamer, Pressel and Wie: Open for business
The law firm of Creamer, Pressel and Wie has officially opened its doors, with the majority of its clientele figuring in the LPGA Tour, with occasional forays into PGA events. The three principals, while each saddeled with the ego of the world-class competitor, agree to display their skills in highly-unique ways, those most useful to the firm.
A rival firm, Sorenstam and Self, declined comment on the announcement. All sources indicate, however, that Sorenstam herself is keeping a close eye on matters, and plans to remain in the foreground of client acquisition, and the background of notoriety.
In an unrelated announcement, the firm has decided not to retain the services of one Chris Baldwin, former P.R. manager of the firm. Citing bias on the part of the former employee, the firm has decided to “head in another direction: upward.”
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After that are we really separating the equipment from the players? Or are we making a mockery of what golf is about?
I will illustrate with a point.....the ability to shape shots has (in my humble estimation) always been what truly separates the good from the especially good. Teeing it up and ripping it doesn't distinguish between John Daly and Tiger Woods...but being able to draw or fade a shot into a medium length par 4 does........That was why Woods beat Daly at Harding Park at the AMEX Championships...Tigers game contains subtleties that poor John cannot fathom. And so does Annikas! GP
500-yard par fours ARE what it is about, if they are downhill, as in 10 at Augusta. If not all can reach the downhill, as in 10 at Augusta, then they descend into injustice. You can't make twenty yards of carry the difference between an 8-iron and a 4-wood into the green.