Should the top female pro golfer be paid as much as the top male pro golfer?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavorite Answer
Of course not. PGA pros are paid based on how well they do. No woman has come anywhere close to the top male, so therefore shouldn’t be paid as much, just as the lower performing males shouldn’t be paid as much.
- 2 months ago
Forget the male/female part of your question. Would you ask the same about a player lower on the playing field? You wouldn't because you know that player wouldn't draw the crowd in like the top players do. I'm a woman. I'll be really angry if a female player drew in the crowd that top players do and she didn't get the same money. Now THAT'S a totally different kettle of fish!~! (lol balls)
- ElanaLv 72 months ago
Does she bring in as big an audience? Then sure.
Otherwise, no. Otherwise, the golfing league in question in subsidizing her win with his.
- Warren TLv 72 months ago
WITH PROFESSION SPORT THE PAY IS BASED A LOT ON HOW MANY FANS ARE DRAWN TO THE SPORT
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- FLv 62 months ago
If they win an open tournament, of course. If it’s a women only tournament , no way.
- oldprofLv 72 months ago
Never. Nor should the female tennis players earn what the male ones earn in the same tournaments.
I am a strong believer in equal pay for equal work.
When the women tee off from the same tee and play the best of five in tennis, then they should get equal pay. But not until them.
- MurzyLv 72 months ago
If she draws as many people, yes.
- ?Lv 72 months ago
The question isn't really about skill as other people are suggesting, but about revenue. How much does she bring in to her league and how much does the league itself earn? If her league earns less revenue and she doesn't bring in as much revenue as the top male golfers there is no economic reason to pay her the same.
At the same time however, less skill is required to play the female league due to playing a shorter course. It would then be fair to consider this in payment, but doing so would likely be problematic as the women would consider it unfair and never stop arguing for such measures to be removed.
- BlueNinjaLoveLv 62 months ago
Yes, why shouldn't they. To say they shouldn't requires admitting and facing problematic gender stereotype BS that still impacts us as a society...
- Anonymous2 months ago
If they play in the same tournament, yes. Then the best will win and gender won’t matter. If they play against other women only, no.