When some do not have a appropriate reply they fall back on their crutch playing the race card, that's sad.
Someone's putting words into my mouth again. I never said Asians shouldn't play the LPGA. What I said was I'm not gona watch the LPGA when all they show is Asians players, I want to at least see some fan favorite players even if they are not playing well. That's what the PGA does.
It gets old reading post where other twists my words.
I would love if the ladies only showed the physical types I'm attracted to. And they have to play well. And interview well.
But, sadly, that's not how the world works.....
Best to just enjoy the sport, it's much simpler.
Not emphatic enough. You need to make the point and repeat it so that it is clear.
Also, "huge" is too small a word. Replace it with something that implies ( or, better, makes it COMPLETELY clear )that nothing could be more huge.
I think this is a really good point. The LPGA kinda peaked with Anika Sorenstam near the end of her run and with Michelle Wie kind of near the beginning of hers. Natalie Gulbis was relevant when she was sinking long putts during the Solheim Cup, but that was 2005.
Every sport kind of goes through this. There will be a crop of stars the fans are really interested in, then they will age and fade away and the sport needs "new" stars to "save" the sport. I mean this has happened in The NFL, the NBA (like 20 times), Nascar (although they are still working on the new crop), Men's tennis has had this happen over and over. I remember when they said nobody will ever fill the void left by the Connors/McEnroe days. Right now, Boxing would kill to have a handful of stars that the public really gives a crud about. The PGA tour will always have a void left in the wake of Tiger. The LPGA probably got some "Tiger over-flow" as well. During his run golf in general was uber-popular.
Give it time. I think it will bounce back. These things tend to ebb and flow.
Brother. This IS OFF TOPIC!