Golf Digest: Princeton the top academic school for golf
"Princeton, N.J. - Princeton University was recently ranked as one of the best colleges for men's and women's golf in the 2005-06 Golf Digest College Golf Guide. The rankings, which will be in the September issue of the magazine, feature two "Best Colleges for Golf" rankings: an overall measure and an academic-first measure. Princeton ranked first in the women's academic rankings and second in the men's academic rankings. Additionally, Princeton ranked 21st in the women's overall rankings."
He is good. But he's not the only good black golfer that there is out there, hence the reason why I question your use of the deifnite article. Your statement was borderline offensive, but I recognize your intent (as always), so...yeah, whatever.
"Can we please just have a post about Princeton's merits and not Harvard's? Harvard is not the end-all-be-all. Those are fine points about Harvard, but they should be on the Harvard board, not the Princeton one..."
Last edited by DoveofPeace; 08-17-2005 at 09:11 PM.
There is no such thing as a "white sport," byerly. Now, if you mean to say that there are sports in which the players are predominantly caucasian, fine. Perhaps I misread your tone, but it came across rather negatively in the way you addressed Tiger Woods. Nevertheless, telling me to "stuff it" is hardly the kind of response suited to a forum filled with posters who can come up with much more intelligent ways to respond to an accusation. I'm not super-sensitive, I was pointing out how your post came across...to me, anyways. And why you brought up that early statement of mine is beyond me. I stand by it, if that's what you're wondering.