Gainbridge is celebrating the first Parity Week, honoring trailblazers in women's sports, next week.
In addition to tennis legend Billie Jean King and former Formula One driver Lyn St. James,
The legends appeared ahead of the festivities, with King closely examining Augusta National.
the Dodgers paid the right-hander a $1 million buyout after declining his $18 million club option for 2024.
"I hope Augusta hosts a women's LPGA event," King remarked. "I would like to see a professional tournament,
but I know they have the amateur girls." Thus, I hope that occurs.
I believe that Annika will have a significant impact. People listen to you and value you because of everything you stand for. No demands made!”
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