Feeling the inertia, golf bloggers are asking the tough questions about the LPGA and toilet paper
Eric J. Barzeski is talking about yesterday’s USGA memo, where they want to start limiting the moment of inertia (MOI) in drivers. This could have a big impact on club makers. I can’t say whether this is good or bad, myself. However, I hear that Jennifer Mario has an advanced degree in physics from a prestigious university, so maybe I’ll ask her what she thinks.
At the Golf Blog, Douglas is reveling in my attention, as well he should. In talking about how the LPGA should promote themselves, and seemingly denying he wants the more attractive women to play in bikinis, he does bring forward a pertinent question.
“Jokes aside, Heather’s post opens up the very serious question of how much the LPGA and its players should promote sex appeal,” asks Douglas.
I’m sure those wicked girls at the LPGA can think of something. At very least it will be better than the “Golf Toilet Paper” that the Golf Blogger found.
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