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Comment from: RonMon [Visitor] Email
Have you never heard of the age-old marketing command for all women's golf clubs....shrink it and pink it. Now you know.
2006-12-28 @ 13:43
Comment from: patricia [Visitor] Email
You really don't get it, do you? Women are genetically wired to have an affinity for pink. It's a proven scientific fact. I think. Then beyond that, they're culturally programmed to love it by savvy marketers who are wise to this genetic affinity. Anyway that’s my theory. Love the pink clubs BTW, obvs.
2006-12-28 @ 14:11
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
Golf clubs that are pink and are proven winners have a place in the market. Just think about all the young Wie-watchers (with sparkly watches and dangly earrings) who now believe that they, too, can learn to hit a golf ball like Michelle.

It's about time someone listened to the growing women's market.


Next improvement needed for the marketplace...more choices for lefties!
2006-12-28 @ 14:50
Comment from: Melissa [Visitor] Email
Obviously, you've not hung around any young girls. And we're all thankful about that. But if you had at any time, you would see that for whatever reason, young girls are genetically wired to favor pink (and purple). Just like little boys are genetically attracted to picking up rocks and throwing them. Take a chill pill. You'd think there were more important things to discuss in the world of golf, like how to grow the game. And if pink clubs help do it, then that's a good thing.
2006-12-28 @ 19:35
Comment from: Baby Blue Eyes [Visitor] Email
What about men who are predisposed to the color Pink?

What is the scientific conclusion behind that?
2006-12-29 @ 17:01
I admire what you have done here. It is good to see your clarity on this important subject can be easily observed. Tremendous post and will look forward to your future update.
2010-10-31 @ 13:28
Comment from: dedicated servers [Visitor]
Wow – now that’s perspective! I think we often react in agreement or disagreement because of our emotions, but hearing another side, passionately presented, really makes us think!
2010-11-05 @ 13:50

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