LPGA to pick up slack for absent Tiger Woods? Not with American slackers
I’ve read in several different places how golf can overcome Tiger Woods’ absence.
One guy said John Daly could do it. Don’t forget Michelle Wie is back. How about Cheyenne Woods, Tiger’s niece?
Some say the LPGA could step it up.
No way. Not with American golfers letting foreign interlopers take over the game RIGHT HERE on American soil.
Look at the makeup of the LPGA now. It might as well be based in Seoul. No fewer than 45 South Koreans are on the active LPGA roster. Overall, there are 120 players from outside the U.S.
Look at the majors. Foreigners have won 24 of the last 30 LPGA major championships.
Look how much worse it would be if it weren’t for Annika Sorenstam.
Oh, right, she’s Swedish.
The LPGA needs U.S. players to win more if it is going to gain in popularity – all those tape delays are irritating – much less make up for Woods’ absence.
They can wear all those cute skirts and show their great legs, but they’re going to have to find a way to beat those Asian robots.
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