LPGA superior to PGA Tour in at least one aspect: Guts
There is actually some competition over here. First off, this could be the year of a gargantuan battle between Lorena Ochoa and Annika Sorenstam over No. 1.
It’s an attractive prospect: Two great golfers with personalities to match. Both are humble, amiable and damn it, not too bad looking.
Personally, I love Sorenstam, but I’d like to see a new ruler of the roost, and if I were to pick one woman, Ochoa would be the one.
You also have players like Paula Creamer, Suzann Petterson, Morgan Pressel, Christie Kerr and all those Korean machines who aren’t intimidated by the No.1, so unlike the PGA Tour, where the also-rans start to slobber and quiver when El Tigre’s name is mentioned.
The LPGA is – here it goes – more manly than the PGA.
Still, I’d like to see a little more bad-mouthing, a little more hissing, among the ladies, and not about just Michelle Wie.
There’s another good story line/whack job the LPGA has that the PGA doesn’t. The PGA guys are all such drones, following the rules and all that.
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BTW, "Oliver" - once again you're missing the point (hmmm, what's new). Tim's post is about "anticipation" of an increase in viewership due to a "real" set of competitors...unlike the PGA (his words, not mine *s*).
So....what is the *whack job* up to so far this season? Any rumblings from Camp Wie yet?? Predicting a win at the MEN'S Open this year??? Boy, wouldn't THAT be something....Jen's book might even sell a few copies! ;)
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