Yeah, but at least in that time we didn't have to see Michelle Wie putting or the caddies trying to get as much air time as possible.
What is it with these guys? Are they so worried about being in a female environment they try extra hard to look as if they are in control? Their swaggering and lining up and loud voices for the benefit of the cameras makes me ill.
I have to call shenanigans on this one, Shorty. You actually think that the caddies are acting that way of the own accord? That's a bit sexist, don't you think? The implication is that these women are not in control of their own employees, and that they they don't ask them to help line up all of their shots and consult on the strategy. That's silly. Jessica Korda showed pretty clearly that she was in control when she fired her caddie in the middle of the US Open a few months back.
These are strong, successful, women. No way that the caddies are not instructed by them to do that. Heck, even a couple of the men are having their caddies do that now too.
I actually wish that they'd somehow outlaw that practice because it's pretty annoying and unnecessary (have you once seen a caddie say "nope, you're pointing in the wrong direction?") and does look stupid ... I just think it's unfair to the women to suggest that these men are doing it on their own.