Just a quick note on the comment for “Not politically correct, but respectful,” who responded to my post on Natalie Gulbis yesterday.
He writes: “As a middle-aged man, I am highly sensitive to the old boys golfer sterotype, one who treats woman as objects. I am sure that is not your intention and you would jump up and down that you are not sexist, but reinforcing the notion that all these male (I assume) golf writers are in London to see how hot is Natalie Gulbis, “
Hmmm….What stereotype am I reinforcing exactly? I don’t recall pushing her into swimsuit modeling….
“You do a dis-service to your fellow man who appreciates a good looking woman but does not define woman by their looks (she is pretty fine package nonetheless), which is the impression you have left in this piece. Signed: Middle aged man who hates political correctness
I actually think Gulbis has defined herself by her looks — and thankfully she has some game to back it up. She’s not quite like a Russian tennis player we all know, who was only known for her looks — and interest in Detroit Red Wings.
Interesting to note that when it was announced (as a joke) that Gulbis was a suprise guest at the TaylorMade golf ball launch in Georgia last month, the men jumped out of their seats so quickly that you’d have thought a world-class stripper had just entered the room.