Golfer Supremacy Rankings: Featuring the hottest pongporn in women's golf
Here at the Golfer Supremacy Rankings, we often ponder if we have enough stature to get media credentials to a tournament featuring the likes of Virada Nirapathpongporn, Hee-Won Han and Brandie Burton. We like to think we do, but we’ve been known to be a tad delusional.
Golfer Supremacy Rankings
1. David Howell
Comments: Howell did the hometown fans proud by blitzing a stellar BMW Championship field and winning by five strokes. A great moment for Englishmen everywhere, and hopefully this will take some of the sting off of the England’s nightmarish collapse and early exit from the upcoming World Cup.
2. Jay Haas
Comments: Haas beat Brad Bryant to win his first career major at the Senior PGA Championship this weekend.
“I tried my darnedest to win a major on the PGA Tour at the PGA, the Masters, U.S. Open, British Open, whatever, but it didn’t happen,” Haas said. “But this is – I won’t even say it’s the next best thing. This is just like one of them to me.”
Sounds fair. It’s quite similar to how I often refer to my Alaska Press Club award as a “Pulitzer Prize.” To me, it’s all the same.
3. Virada Nirapathpongporn
If calling her “Pongporn” is
wrong, I don’t wanna be right.
Comments: This is the name that was on everyone’s lips after the LPGA Corning Classic. Well, at least the “porn” part. Hee-Won Han was the ultimate winner of the tournament, but it was Nirapathpongporn that proved once and for all that they have much bigger names than Michelle Wie and Annika Sorenstam on the LPGA Tour.
Gleason was a promising baseball player in his younger years, advancing to Triple-A but not making it to the Major Leagues. Gleason was a familiar site at many celebrity and charity golf events.
“That’s the last time Bender, the last time you make me look bad in front of those kids, do you hear me. I make $31,000 a year, and I’ve got a home, and I’m not about to throw it away on some punk like you,”
–Paul Gleason as Richard Vernon in the movie, The Breakfast Club.
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