Traditionally, golf is known as a game of manners, chivalry and good sportsmanship. Unless you're an LPGA player and want to snag a quick autograph from a fellow competitor for charity, apparently.
Sophie Gustafson, one of many competitors in this week's US Women's Open, wanted to have her fellow competitors sign a flag and donate it to charity. Apparently not all players were keen to this idea, as Sophie explained on Twitter.
Tried to get big names to sign a flag for charity before and after my round. All was very gracious except one. Guess which one?— Sophie Gustafson (@SophieGustafson) July 7, 2012
Come on; you didn't really think Sophie would just leave us hanging and not tell us who she was referring to, did you?
It was Cristie Kerr. To be fair, she was busy walking......— Sophie Gustafson (@SophieGustafson) July 7, 2012
Oh Twitter, how I appreciate and loathe you all at once.