Not everyone is cheering her on, and it's not just the men who question why she's playing. Some women say Sorenstam is diminishing the women's tour by opting to play with the men; some male golfers say she's taking a spot away from a man. One thing everyone can agree on is that the spotlight will be on Sorenstam this weekend, and if she makes the cut, professional golf may find itself charting a new course.
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John Feinstein, sportswriter , commentator, and author of the new book "Open: Inside the Ropes at Bethpage Black"
Robin Bachin, professor of history at the University of Miami, where she's on the board at the Center for Research on Sport in Society
Tom Rinaldi, covering the tournament for ESPN News;Tara Gravel, senior editor Golf magazine
This program aired on May 21, 2003.