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AS was the greatest woman golfer ever, bar none, not just a European giant but a Global one. Charley Hull would be very wise to do exactly as AS suggests and could not have a better role model.
@OvalballStick to rugby pal and learn how to type; there is no need for a new line every half sentence.As for number of tournaments she has has won; I can't play on the Ladies Tour, so obviously she has won more.She is not an emerging talent and will never compete at the top
Just find it very difficult to be enthusiastic about golf; I loved it when I was younger.
Don't care a hoot about women's golf same way I don't care about under 15 boys football or disabled basketball.It's an inferior product. Yes, the inferiority is biological as women are not as good as men and can't hit ball as far etc. But it's still second rate.They have just as much right to play as anyone else. But we have a right not to watch or care.
Big CH fan,her style of play is perfect for m'play and the SC.women's golf is great to watch,they hit similar distances to us mortal men so its interesting from a course management point of view imo rather than shaking your head as Rory pulls a 7iron for his 220 yd approach..apart from that I know id rather walk around behind CH and Lexi Thompson than dufner and K Bradley anyday..great viewing!
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Well whoever impressed her it won't be Rory. He's in the middle of his 3month Xmas vacation. When it's over he'll put in a couple of days practice, arrive at his 1st tourney of the year, warn he may be rusty, finish top ten, he'll then play another couple of tournies and have another 6weeks off. In the history of the game as a player in his prime ever chosen to take off as much time as Rory?
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@18 thanks for seeing my piont perhaps the women in the situation that you mention were afraid to go for sport for fear of ridicule some men are good at golf some aren't some women are good golf some aren't let's just let people regardless of gender or ability enjoy sport whatever sport they choose sport is for fun and enjoyment regardless of your level
@, 5, ovalball, I take on board what you are saying but I think that Women/Girls in the Past have done their sex no favour with how they have intimated that they do not take Sport Seriously and for a long time have been taken at that face value by Men/Boys and other Females!, I remember when watching Big Break and Women saying to Jim Davidson "Anything but Sport" when choosing a subject question
@16whisky and chip's "I stand by what I said... how many tournaments has she won?"the answer is simple more than you also what sort of name is that disappointing that the top post is by a man and saying we are better than you nurn nurn nerna it's childish and doesn't add in anyway to the discussion about the emerging young talent in British golf
@WelshWizardNot quite what I said, but no doubt you know that.I stand by what I said... how many tournaments has she won?
Is is generally accepted that in most sports, men, generally ,because they are bigger and stronger will always beat a woman.if they were open competitions in all sports, women would rarely win. That is why sports are separated, and as a golfer, I find watching the ladies better than watching the men. They are not all " bang crash wallop" and have a lot of skill. So why compare with men,
Yet another misleading headline designed to make people open the article-if you had said the word 'Women's' no one would read it
Like children golfers are easily impressed it seems.
Great opportunity to promote a couple of upcoming young golfers but why no picture of Bronte Law?
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