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“It makes me laugh. Faldo is talking about someone being useless at the 2008 Ryder Cup. That’s the Ryder Cup where he was the captain. That’s the Ryder Cup where the Europe team suffered a heavy defeat. And he was captain.” – in his new book “No Limits”
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@IanJamesPoulter -Faldo's record stands by itself. Six majors and all-time RC points. Yours vs. His? Lil Girl. @NickFaldo006 @pgaofamerica
— Ted Bishop (@tedbishop38pga) October 23, 2014
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"Used to be athletes who had lesser records or accomplishments in a sport never criticized the icons, Tom Watson (8 majors and a 10-3-1 Ryder Cup record) and Nick Faldo (6 majors and all-time Ryder Cup points leader) get bashed by Ian James Poulter. Really? Sounds like a little school girl squealing during recess. C'MON MAN!"
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"Is being called a "lil girl" meant to be derogatory or a put down? That's pretty shocking and disappointing, especially coming from the leader of the PGA of America. No further comment." - in response to Ted Bishop's remarks on social media
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The PGA of America board of directors voted today to remove Ted Bishop, the 38th PGA president, from office for insensitive gender-based statements posted yesterday on social media. The board deemed the remarks to be inconsistent with the policies of the PGA. (<a href='http://www.golfchannel.com/news/golf-central-blog/pga-america-statement-bishops-removal/'> Full Statement </a>)
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"I want to apologize to Ian Poulter and anyone else that I might have offended with my remarks on social media that appeared on October 23, 2014. Particularly, I have great remorse that my comments contained the words 'little girl' because I have always been a great advocate for girls and women in golf." (<a href='http://www.golfchannel.com/news/golf-central-blog/bishop-releases-statement-following-impeachment/'> Full Statement </a>)
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"It's our mission to grow the game and be inclusive and as accessible as we can be. We promote diversity in the game"
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"We understand and respect the PGA of America’s decision regarding Ted Bishop. During Ted’s presidency, he accomplished many positive things and the PGA of America and the PGA Tour have worked in a much more collaborative and positive way as a result of his leadership. While his remarks on social media were unfortunate and inappropriate, Ted’s apology was heartfelt and sincere. We will always appreciate Ted’s commitment to the game of golf."
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“I was in 100 percent support of the board of directors... Our mission is to grow the game of golf, to be inclusive. I am extremely proud of the PGA membership and what I do on a daily basis to include young women and young men from all backgrounds into the game. There are 27,000 of us out there each and every day teaching young men and women, that are changing their lives through the game of golf. I’m so proud of that. We need to really empower young women and young girls," - on the PGA's decision to oust Ted Bishop
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“The PGA of America’s quick and decisive action sent a strong message - reinforcing a consistent belief that with so many positive gains being made among golf’s leading organizations, there is simply no room, nor willingness, to take a step backwards.” - on the PGA's decision to oust Ted Bishop
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"This is an unfortunate episode, but the game of golf must continue its march toward openness and inclusiveness for all." - on the PGA's decision to oust Ted Bishop
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