Shifting into a golden era for European golf?
Since: Jul 10
#1 Oct 5, 2010
Sure have to agree with this article. Watch out Americans, the europeans are coming. Just like the LPGA, the Asians took over. But, you know what?, it makes for good golf. Over the years the foreigners would look ate the money on the PGA and say, hey, I can do that--not. But, the young golfers coming coming up said, hey, if I work harder then I can compete on the PGA. They were right. Just like the LPGA--The young Asian players would watch Se Ri Pak and said the same thing. If I work harder than the Americans then I can compete and make a lot of money and fame. And it happened. But the golf is still the same if not more competitive, especially on the LPGA.
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