Bienvenue! My name is Jamie and I like golf. I grew up playing tennis in eastern Massachusetts, but fell in love with the game after watching Se Ri Pak defeat Jenny Chausiriporn at the 1998 U.S. Womens Open. I studied Hospitality & Tourism Management (with a focus on Event, Tourism, and Convention Management) at the Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Tennis is my first love, but golf is a very close second. I believe style should equal substance, and the latter is nothing without the former.

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"you can't make harmony, when everyone is singing the same note."


If you thought Christina Kim was bad, take a look at Anna Chakvetadze playing @ Israel in a 2008 Fed Cup tie.

In this case the crowd instigated the, very strong reactions of Chakvetadze. Now, I’m not saying I’m calling for this type of action every day, but when people are fighting for the honor of their country, I can’t help, but feel okay with it.

In this event the crowd is disrupting play, which is a no-no, which was something we didn’t see from Christina or the crowd during the Solheim Cup. So, what’s the problem?