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Is there any hope for our women?

It seems like they are getting beaten in nearly every tournament. There is no doubt in my mind that some of the butch Asian broads are talking trash, inside their cliques, about the beautiful White women.
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There won't be a change in the Asian Invasion of the LPGA Tour til the people raking in the dough from the Koreans and the Japanese find that they are starting to lose money from an apathetic fan base in the U.S. and the TV contracts go bust from a lack of viewers and sponsors.

As long as the powers-that-be are making money, they don't care who is playing and winning for the most part.
 

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Van_Slyke_CF said:
There won't be a change in the Asian Invasion of the LPGA Tour til the people raking in the dough from the Koreans and the Japanese find that they are starting to lose money from an apathetic fan base in the U.S. and the TV contracts go bust from a lack of viewers and sponsors.

As long as the powers-that-be are making money, they don't care who is playing and winning for the most part.

The average fan is so stupid they don't care that there are all the foreigners in MLB either.It's the same with the NHL. Of course, Europe has a ton of Africans, Brazilians etc and the fans don't care.
 

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When Christie Kerr won the State Farm Classic yesterday, it marked the first win on the LPGA Tour by an American born player since November (and that November win was the only one of her career so far by the indescribably overhyped Michelle Wie). Amazing and pathetic. . .
 

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Fans of the LPGA should only attend the sundays of a tournament if a white has a good chance of winning. They should also writethe lpgademanding a limit on the number of foreign players.
 

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The number one ranked female golfer in the world is now Ai Miyazato of Japan. Jiyai Shin of South Korea is second, Yani Tseng of Taiwan is fourth. Of the top 100 ranked golfers, 62 are Asian, with 34 from Korea alone.
 

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Cristie Kerr won the LPGA Championship today, crushing the field to win by 12 strokes. She's the first American to win this major in 10 years and she also moved to number one in the world rankings.
 

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Don Wassall said:
The number one ranked female golfer in the world is now Ai Miyazato of Japan.  Jiyai Shin of South Korea is second, Yani Tseng of Taiwan is fourth.  Of the top 100 ranked golfers, 62 are Asian, with 34 from Korea alone. 

Do any Americans play in Asia?
 

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Young and sweet and attractive Paula Creamer won the U.S. Open Championship today at Oakmont. It's her first major and 9th win overall at age 23and she's just the 5th American to win it in the past 16 years.
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Paula Rocks! yes, she's very feminine, very white, and very talented!


Hey...wait a minute!...I thought Michelle Wie was supposed to be the next great American golfer!??!!
What's a white girl doing with the championship?

Remember that 60 minutes piece on Wie? Remember her great golf in the (secondary) men's tour?

What's she won? One event?

Keep up the good work Paula! one major, and nine wins! excellent!
 

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette so-called sportswriter Ron Cook actually has written a couple decent articles lately.

In the first one prior to the completion of the U.S. Women's Open in the Pittsburgh area, Cook states the desperate need for more American winners on the LPGA Tour, and hints at how much damage the sport has suffered in the past decade or so by its kowtowing to Asians, especially Koreans, for money and not supporting the development of the game and its players in this country.

In the article written at the conclusion of the tournament, he congratulates Paula Creamer for her win and how good it is for the LPGA Tour and women's golf in the U.S.

Some points well made, but why can't the MSM also talk openly and freely about the same issues in other sports where blacks are mindlessly glorified and overrepresented to the detriment of white athletes?

Where is the same concern for the need to look at the racism of the 70% black NFL and the 80% black NBA?

As we all know, it's not about superior ability in many cases in those sports which results in blacks getting most of the jobs.

Rather, it's the institutionalized Caste System which has had its cumulative racist effects over many years that are so hard to overcome now, especially with so many whites in pro sports ownership and the DWFs supporting it.

Just a bit of complaining on a rainy day....

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/10193/1072202-87.stm

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Yani Tseng of Taiwan won the Kia Classic, played in Carlsbad, California this past weekend. Tseng, 23, has already won 15 LPGA tournaments; only Nancy Lopez had won more at that age.

Finishing behind Tseng were Sun Young Yoo, Shanshan Feng, Jiyal Shin, and Ai Miyazato. Also finishing in the top ten were Se Ri Pak and Chella Choi. Of the 60 competitors, 27 had obvious Asian names. I guess White female Americans "just aren't interested" in golf anymore.
 

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Yani Tseng of Taiwan won the Kia Classic, played in Carlsbad, California this past weekend. Tseng, 23, has already won 15 LPGA tournaments; only Nancy Lopez had won more at that age.

Finishing behind Tseng were Sun Young Yoo, Shanshan Feng, Jiyal Shin, and Ai Miyazato. Also finishing in the top ten were Se Ri Pak and Chella Choi. Of the 60 competitors, 27 had obvious Asian names. I guess White female Americans "just aren't interested" in golf anymore.
Wow. I think the shift of economic fortunes from the West to the East has had a lot to do with that too. There are very few (if any) golfers from Third World nations. The number and quality of professional golfers is kind of an economic indicator of a nation or region. Perhaps that means we are no longer a First World economic power?
 

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The LPGA completed its first major of the year yesterday, the Kraft Nabisco Championship, formerly named after the late Dinah Shore. It's always played on the same course in Rancho Mirage, California, which makes it the ladies' tour equivalent to The Masters in that regard.

7 of the top 10 finishers were Asian, including the winner, Sun Young Yoo of S. Korea, who defeated fellow Korean I. K. Kim on the first playoff hole. This tournament will be remembered mostly because Kim missed a one-foot putt on the 72nd hole that would have given her an outright win. Yes, one foot.

Natalie Gulbis closed with a 65 but finished three shots back. She and defending champion Stacy Lewis were the only two Americans in the top ten.
 

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I blame the lesbians for this!! They need to get off of their fat asses and get out of those Womyn study classes and back on the golf courses and tennis courts so the good ol' US of A can start dominating in those sports again!!!

Humor aside, how long can this last? Are rah rah faux patriot amerikans going to continue to support a sport that is taken over almost completely by asians???? Women's golf is having problems as it is, are the upper middle class country club types that completely support this game in america going to continue to pony up the cash and volunteer labor to maintain the ladies tourniment system when it's becoming a foreign affair?

It's one thing to have a lone Tiger, or Williams sister to add a splash of color to the game, but quite another to have it dominated by a tsunami of zero charisma Koreans?

The japs limit the amount of americans that can play on their baseball teams. Europeans limit the amount of americans that can play on their basketball teams. It's basic business. Until the LPGA finds a way to do this they are going to be a failing business. That will probably mean the PGA will have to prop the LPGA up just as the NBA is forced to support the WNBA.
 

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Another asian winner of a major US ladies tour event. And look at this chinese import!!!

I can just see the amerikan advertisers screaming more more more....

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Another asian winner of a major US ladies tour event. And look at this chinese import!!!

I can just see the amerikan advertisers screaming more more more....

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By Satan's nuts, that's a bile-generating, bowel-loosening sight! Gums like a mule. Methinks it's time to reach for a handy satchel of antiemetic capsules...

The initial shock-triggered reflex is to describe this squint-eyed monster as some sort of lusus naturae. Yet, frightening as its grotesque deep-sea fish mug may be, that apparently apposite term is inappropriate in its strictest sense. Why? Because far from being a singular zoological abomination, there are millions upon millions upon millions of equally repulsive or (shudder) even uglier Asian females out there in the wide world, stuffing themselves with soy-sauced bits and pieces of endangered species accompanied by bushels of rice as we speak.

Jaxvid -

In terms of advertising, having this "hot Asian chick" appear on the covers of Big Game Hunter and Guns & Ammo magazines would probably increase those publications' circulation a hundredfold and lead to a spike in sales of .700 Nitro Express cartridges...
 

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Na Yeon Choi becomes the fourth different Korean in the past five years to win the U.S. Open. She won by four shots over another Korean, Amy Yang. Asian players named Lee, Feng, Miyazato, Pak, and Park were all among the leaders. Paula Creamer (tied for seventh) and Christie Kerr (tied for ninth) were the only two Americans among the top 13 finishers.

The 23 year old winner is certainly easier on the eyes than the Chinese girl who won the previous LPGA major last month.

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A 15 year old Korean amateur, Lydia Ko, won the Canadian Open, becoming the youngest winner ever on the LPGA tour.

Inbee Park finished second (and won the $300,000 first place prize money due to Ko being an amateur), followed by Na Yeon Choi, Chella Choi, and Jiyai Shin. :dodgy:
 

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A 15 year old Korean amateur, Lydia Ko, won the Canadian Open, becoming the youngest winner ever on the LPGA tour.

Inbee Park finished second (and won the $300,000 first place prize money due to Ko being an amateur), followed by Na Yeon Choi, Chella Choi, and Jiyai Shin. :dodgy:


Still just 15 years old, Lydia Ko may already be the best female player in the world. She's already won three professional tournaments and today finished third in the Australian Open. The event was won by Jiyai Shin, with Yani Tseng finishing second. The highest placing American was Stacy Lewis at 15th.
 

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Still just 15 years old, Lydia Ko may already be the best female player in the world. She's already won three professional tournaments and today finished third in the Australian Open. The event was won by Jiyai Shin, with Yani Tseng finishing second. The highest placing American was Stacy Lewis at 15th.

15th!! I blame this on US lesbians getting too fat from sitting through all those Womyn Studies programs instead of being out on the golf courses butching it up. But the real reason the US is not competitive in international golf is that all of the best candidates for being pro golfers are lured away to the WNBA and the Lingerie League!!
 

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American Stacy Lewis won the LPGA event in Phoenix over the weekend and it vaulted her to the number one ranking in the world. I don't know how long it's been since a non-Oriental was the top female golfer, but it's probably been at least several years. Lewis replaced Yani Tseng, who had been number one for 109 straight weeks. Congrats to Stacy.



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