My point is that the men are at least trying to figure out a way to expedite the Korean players getting on tour. Why not do something like that for the women? It doesn't have to involve the LET.
18majors' response was exactly right.
As I expected, when I opened the article it was clear that altruism or goodness towards all mankind had NOTHING to do with this proposal ... it's just another PGA Tour countermove against the LIV Clown Show.
I hardly think that the PGA is ever altruistic about anything, but they plainly stated that they think that there is value in having Koreans on tour, whether as a bulwark against the Saudis or not. Perhaps this proposal doesn't mean much, but the fact is they are making positive sounds about KPGA stars coming to their tour, which is more than we hear from the LPGA. If you feel otherwise, please provide Molly's quote as a rebuttal.
Also, does anyone think that it is respectful of the LPGA to require a top fifty in the world golfer to go through Q-Series in order to get a card? Hae Ran earned like $15K for being medalist, which is also not exactly an incentive. She normally wouldn't bother putting her golf shoes on for that.