Kerr's statement is simultaneously dehumanizing (they aren't even human! Just machines!) and a tacit admission that she is not willing to work equally hard to try to remain competitive. Really ill advised on her part.
(Ten hours a day? That's like a slightly longer than normal work day for us normal folks. What the heck are you doing all day, Cristie, when the rest of us are working for a living?)
This statement was on live TV on the mainstream host channel BBC for I was watching it when it was broadcast, The BBC are covering up this statement to a degree shame on them they have done it before. When Kerr was asked what she thought of the young talented golfers coming out of South Korea, Kerr said obviously they are very talented, they practice 10 hours a day, they are like ROBOTS, Then they cut the interview and went back to the live golf. The BBC spun the word from Robots to machines on there TEXT timeline for I went on the timeline to see if I could get the interview again but could not find it. That could be where the golf channel got the word machines from.