Tag: women

LPGA Through PGA Eyes

Dishing of LPGA by Male Fans Reveals Problem of Living Vicariously I have spent more than enough time with my male colleagues as they put down the idea of women playing real golf, and taking shots at the LPGA, the big leagues of the women’s game. “They have no distance. It’s too tame. It’s a …

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Where Are the African Female Golfers?

  Why do African Women Golfers Participate Less than Men? I had the misfortune of running across an article on the subject of African female  golfers earlier today. I intended to return to it later with a commentary because I was intrigued by the question, and then couldn’t find it again. It was gone from …

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Gender Wars in Golf

Comparing the Games There are always one or two among us that love statistics. In any conversation, it seems, these people use such analysis to prove a point beyond any shades of grey, and create a black or white answer. One or two statisticians have emerged this week with articles on the public perception of …

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