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Swing Jin Young Ko, who won the first main female of the year, a replica of Shakespeare, a bonnet by Philip Treacy, a lobby dinner for Derby. In other words, they are from Cole Porter, which is the tip.
One golf instructor said that Ko has the "most beautiful golf as he has ever seen". By looking at the Korean award, which is 23 years old, you have imagined how it lost again. Ko won three times, which she did although she was very lucky in her final.
And still somehow, here in New Zealand, we didn't talk about the beauty of this golf. I get part of it. It's absurd, but nationality wants this to be the wrong Ko. They can share a common culture, but we don't want to know about Kos by wearing the New Zealand flag at the Olympics.
* We all have a weight weight with sport;
* Lydia Ko's body was struck
• The reindeer of Lee killed in secret
So, the first woman would really like to talk about the islands in the past year because of a media journal that 'our Ko' had finished in a 44-year relationship. I was up to the wonderful pictures from Sky to find out what was going on and I got help for the young woman from Korea as the golfing was so happy to watch. But I recognize it is an outdoors man. As Lydia fell down down the rulership, most of New Zealand lost interest.
The big story in this country wasn't about the number one woman who plays in the world. Last year it was not about the previous 10 participants, which ended in more than half of the 25 rounds of the trip. He was not about two times the lady who won twice, and came time again in the six tournaments this year. He wasn't about the new star of a woman's golf.
The big golf story was not in New Zealand about what two reporters said about Lydia Ko's eating habits.
"When I am asked to comment on the Lydia movement, Juli Inkster, the winner of the former Solheim Cup cup maker, said:" I don't think I have changed. I know she's weaving. I need to go to the cauldron a little. "
Judy Rankin, who won 26 LPGA tours and double the Solheim Cup, said: "It's all to see a further five pounds on Lydia."
Inkster said, "I can have five of her. That's one thing I am staring and that's eating."
This controversy raised a number of issues. The first question is that this is when you apply a microphone to the hands of sports stars. Some of these people are nervous. But most of the colleges that American colleges know are jocks. They were not liable to win the high school debating competition and receive a literature scholarship.
But television companies around the world are getting the sports stars into the spotlight. And the supporters are almost all at risk because we are so likely to think it would be good for someone to play a game and talk interestingly about it.
Oh my God. The standard rate of rugby coverage on Sky Sport in New Zealand is poor. None, just Grant Nisbett, understands that the viewer does not ask a person to shout into the living room to repeat what the images are already showing us. . We see that it is a line. Nisbett is a professional broadcaster, not a jock trained for the job.
In the UK this week Gordon Strachan, a former member of the Scottish football team, got a warm welcome to find the wrong words when he was talking about returning in a ball. Footpath to Adam Johnson, who has spent three years in prison for sex offenses.
Strachan said, "If it goes on to the park and people start to name names, do we have to do the same thing as the racial issue? Is it just right to name names? now after three years – did we let that happen? " t
Unfortunately Strachan was unkindly to be a sex offender. And Strachan is one of the most respected football players in Britain. But he is not yet a talented keeper. Sadly, because of the huge crisis, it is likely that talented talent is getting tighter and tighter in our society.
Like Strachan, Inkster was asked for her views. She was accused of being "a ripple ram", a phrase that could possibly be turning into grain at the hands of smart hands correctly. Inkster protected herself by saying, "He was in sport. I spent all the time … We are now with a family here. We will be looking at him. together. "
There are some problems with this. First, it is not appropriate for a reporter to be part of such a family. That is the end of nationality and fairness. Secondly, what you say to someone in private may be inappropriate on the air.
There are plenty of things on social media and in schools about the weight of young women. It is a matter that can affect young lives and destroy families. It is careless and dangerous to call someone out in front of millions of viewers.
The ladies' golfing events have a number of ways about how it is represented. Two years ago the LPGA introduced decorative rules against reducing weeds and short skirts. Lexi Thompson dressed in her own 1900-style cartoon by photographing that she had just done it, with a headed "costume". #GPGA.
The profile of the group is already too large a feature of the discussion. It's not good to introduce it as part of the conversation, not to avoid the sexual crisis of women and men. But what we can do then.
At one time in the last round Rankin said, "It is five feet two or five feet three but it is not high."
Oh my God. Don't think that it was what she wanted to say. And now we are hitting a man.
Rankin said about Jin Young Ko, "Her body work would not change. Beautiful."
That's the beauty we should talk to on the air at the first women's golf year of the year. Swing Ko. Purple light is a summer night in Spain, the National Gallery is it, Clooney's salary.