The trans movement would like women to know that confused, handicapped men are better than them in every way.
Why is this stunning and brave athlete wiping the floor with his opponents?
...Whoops, kinda gave it away there, didn't I?
The LPGA could soon find itself with a biological male holding a Tour card if transgender golfer Hailey Davidson can stay hot at the professional women's golf qualifying school tournament.
This is "Hailey" a few years ago:
Davidson, who has three professional tournament wins, including one that netted $550, finished round one of the LPGA and Epson Tour Qualifying School Stage 1 (track the scoring here) at 2-under (70). That puts Davidson in a great position against 310 biological females who are attempting to advance to compete for an LPGA card in December's Q-Series tournament.
According to the rules set by the LPGA, players who complete three rounds without a score of 88 or higher will earn a spot on the 2023 Epson Tour, which is the LPGA's version of the PGA's Korn Ferry Tour. If a player shoots an 88, that player is automatically withdrawn from qualifying and the dream of making a paycheck playing golf is over.
Of course, Davidson might fall flat, but he's paving a road that a trans athlete is going to follow sooner rather than later.
With all those beefy XY chromosomes, greater bone and muscle density, more lung capacity, increased cardiovascular output, and higher metabolic burn all the way down to the mitochondrial level in the cells, it is 100% guaranteed to happen, even if said male is castrated and injected with hormones to try to hamstring him.
If you didn't know, men and women have different golf clubs because of said physical differences!
In one 2021 tournament, Davidson finished three shots behind Paula Creamer, who has 10 career LPGA wins, including the 2010 U.S. Women's Open title.
Now locked and loaded with a full year of preparation, Davidson wants that full-time status on the LPGA and there's nothing standing in the way, especially legislation from a tour that, in 2010, removed a "female at birth" requirement which fully opens the door for Davidson, who has spent this year competing on the East Coast Women's Pro Golf Tour.
Davidson has won thousands of dollars this year on the ECGT, and he's doing it for the trans movement.
"I know what I can do within professional sports can hopefully knock some sense into people to stop hurting these (trans) kids," Davidson told OutSports.com. "My making money on a golf course is great and all, but what is really important are the lives of people being affected by this. I'm going to find a way to make sure that every single one of those laws are gone before I leave this earth."
Well if that won't teach women to stop trying to compete against men, I don't know what will!
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