Will PGA Tour become mini-tour compared to Race for Dubai?
I don’t know about you, but I’m breathless in anticipation of the penultimate climax of the FedExCup.
Man, it’s going to be…
Oh. This just in. It’s over. I guess I missed it.
And now I heard Europe is doing away with the Order of Merit, which I’ve always loved because it sounds like something Prince Lancelot might have won, and replacing it with the Race to Dubai.
Hey, it’s good to know we Americans aren’t the only people who cave in to crass commercialism.
It will be sort of similar to the FedEx Cup playoff. I guess the Europeans could FEEL the excitement even way over there. Tell me who won again?
It’s said top American stars will be playing some on the European Tour next year to cash in on the fat, cash prize in Dubai of 10.8 million pounds. In American currency, that translates into a whole mess of money.
I guess the Americans have been watching cable. Most of our big-money tournaments are sponsored by big corporations. Last I heard, there were only three left.
The European Tour is propped up by oil money.
Pretty soon, we here in America may be griping about how none of the stars want to play here in our poor, little country.
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