Female golfers react to golf rollback plans: Lilia Vu surprised

"I was a little surprised because I don’t think that golf courses for us play pretty short, in my opinion"- Vu said.

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Female golfers react to golf rollback plans: Lilia Vu surprised
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Former LPGA Player Britany Lincicome is one of those who is angry about the golf rollback plans. Her reaction does not surprise anyone, considering that few are satisfied with the current events on the golf scene. Lincicome made a comparison between golf and other sports.

Britany is disappointed considering that she does not understand where such a decision comes from, when no one is satisfied with it. “We aren’t asking football players to run slower or tennis players to not hit the ball so hard,” Lincicome said, speaking to NBC Sports., as quoted by golfmonthly.com!

“It Just seems silly. I haven’t talked to one person who thinks it’s a good idea." Lilia Vu is currently the top female golfer. Her opinion causes immense respect, and many eagerly awaited her perspective on the new changes.

Lilia Vu wasn't prepared for these changes and doesn't understand why they've impacted everyone. "I was a little surprised because I don’t think that golf courses for us play pretty short, in my opinion. You can see from the majors they’re pretty difficult and in my opinion some of our regular-season events, too, so I wasn’t entirely ready."

Megan Khang shares her opinion

Some do not want to delve deeper into the topic and believe that the USGA wants to make the best decisions for the world of golf.

One of them is Megan Khang. Although it is surprising, she still believes that it is necessary to wait for some time and determine how much the changes will affect golf. Some believe that this could improve the quality of golf and allow individuals to show their skills in the best way.

"I'm sure the USGA are going to do what they think is in the best interest of the game but there was definitely a bit of surprise," Megan Khang said.
The world of sports brings constant changes. It's not just a golf thing.

Nelly Korda is aware of that. She is not too worried about current changes, considering that the best will remain the best despite everything. In such moments, it is necessary to adapt. The question is who will succeed in this, but there is no other option.

"You're just going to have to adapt. It's all just about adapting. Technology constantly changes, and the best players are still going to be the best players. It's just about who's going to adapt the quickest and the easiest," she said.

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