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Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Bivens reminds me of the old adage about an oak tree in a hurricane. Sometimes you have to bend with extreme circumstances or you risk being ripped out of the ground. I suspect she was just a one trick pony.
07/10/09 @ 13:05
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
And her trick was...be a tough mother? You are correct in that there was no bend in that four year reign.
07/10/09 @ 14:49
Comment from: Jo [Visitor] Email
It is odd that a few players can ask for the resignation of the LPGA Commissioner. - Just a few months ago I remember reading that LPGA had signed two large dollar contracts (over $40 million with a Korean TV company, and several million with Golf Channel for a multi-year contract) - Maybe those players do not understand anything about business management. Maybe they're upset that they aren't playing well enough to win. Look at Biven's track record...she has the background and is a proven leader. It's the LPGA's loss.
07/10/09 @ 17:06
Comment from: John D [Visitor]
"NoBending the rules". That is the way it should be. Rules are rules and they are there for a reason.
07/10/09 @ 18:49
Comment from: JimC [Visitor] Email
Also no changing the rules after the game has begun. Increasing the number of exermptions from the 2008 money list after the start of the 2008 season violated thhis principle.

07/10/09 @ 21:02
Comment from: gogolfing [Visitor] Email
Where will the 2013 Solheim Cup be played? More importantly, which player sponsor(s)/company(s)/course was not awarded it? Which player and player's husband are associated with the company(s)/course that was not awarded the tournament? What was that company's motivation in the first place to retain a player's husband as an employee? How much was the player's husband compensated to be an advisor? What repercussions occurred/might occur if that player's sponsor/company/course didn't get the event? Can the player get the decision reversed?

07/15/09 @ 01:14
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
gogolfing,

You know something that we don't... please consider this an invitation to tell us a bit more about which course was snubbed so that Rich Harvest Farms could host that soon-to-be- fabled Solheim Cup of 2013.
07/15/09 @ 08:06

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