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Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor]
Do a Google search. I bet you find lots of sites devoted to guys who like to be beaten by girls. My guess is that none are golf-related, though.
2006-08-10 @ 13:11
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor]
See everyone? Kiel let's us all know what's really on a guy's mind!
2006-08-10 @ 14:03
Comment from: Earl [Visitor]
SMK looks like Mirna from the Amazing Race 5! At least that's my guess. She was teamed up with her first cousin Charla. She's the attorney that graduted from law school at age 23.
2006-08-20 @ 19:19
Comment from: seannarae [Visitor]
this commercial is a masterpeice of editing. but i think i disagree with your analysis of what motivated the woman in the ad. i glanced right past the fact that the men were behaving as they were.

it all started with the somewhat unkempt-looking woman outting perfectly from the trap and nailing the hole.

this stunned her. "well if i can do that, then maybe" seems to be the way the rest of the ad plays out. with her taking the game by the short & curlies and becoming consumed by it. yea, the men's behaviour might have been a factor.

but IMO, the commercial seemed more of an inspirational call to women watching, who might never have considered the sport (any sport). that all it takes is getting out there any giving it a shot.

driven people are alchemists, striving to render TALENT from PASSION. such conversions simply do not work for painting or singing or other traditional artforms. as American Idol clearly illustrates: no matter how passionate you are, it will never be enough to make up for lack of talent.

but i digress. its the editor in the chair at the post-production house that really deserves the credit for this ad.
2006-08-21 @ 18:40
Comment from: jim [Visitor]
The monogram SMK is also the abbreviation for 'smoking.' And she certainly is and she certainly does.
2006-09-05 @ 16:31
Comment from: jerkwad [Visitor]
For Alyson Richards (Knoxville ’99), acting was something she had always had an interest in, but considered it was “just an extension of her day job.”

Lately, it’s turned into a whole lot more.

Richards stars as the “Great Lady Golfer” in MasterCard’s latest addition to its series of “Priceless” commercials. The ad, which was filmed over the course of two days at Trump International Golf Course in Los Angeles, kicks off the company’s new World MasterCard campaign.
2006-09-12 @ 01:54
Comment from: TacoKing [Visitor]
Does anyone know the song used in that commercial?
2006-09-25 @ 02:50

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