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Comment from: Lyle Lingenfelter [Visitor]
I'm not sure where to begin. A conversation would expedite the process of shedding light on your twisted understanding of tradition but typing would take entirely to long. At this ponit in my day, I can only hope you have printed such an article to stimulate comments and that you will reconsider your perspective.

2005-04-06 @ 09:40
Comment from: Irish Eyes [Visitor]
How quickly do you think the "tradition" would change if all the corporate sponsors withheld their support and CBS refused to cover the tournament unless they let the gals play?
2005-04-13 @ 11:04
Comment from: [Visitor]
I thought we would have another editor here like you complain about discrimination. What about the discrimination the LPGA hands out 365 days a year not allowing the men to play on the tour. I know a lot of amateur men who would love to have a shot at making that kind of money taking on the ladies, and probably most of the amateur men would get beat. So until it goes both ways then don't be a hypocrite and cry about the discrimination of Augusta when a professional organization like the LPGA does it throughout the year.
2005-04-13 @ 23:08

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