Biological Male Is Starting To Dominate Women’s Disc Golf
, 2022-09-29 12:49:58,
Well, well, well … look what we have here from the world of women’s disc golf. The biological males have come for one of the wokest sports on the planet. Disc golf is now having its Lia Thomas moment to the delight of those who don’t have a problem with the destruction of female athletics.
Biological male Natalie Ryan, who reportedly has been playing disc golf for three years, is suddenly the No. 5-ranked female disc golfer in the world. The sport has watched as Ryan has started to dominate the top U.S. biological female competitor, Paige Pierce.
In an extensive report published Wednesday in Quillette, reporter Jonathan Kay laid out the state of women’s professional disc golf. Kay writes about how Ryan is the sport’s equivalent of Lia Thomas, a biological male swimmer who decided to compete for the University of Penn as a female. Thomas of course went on to defeat three biological female Olympic medalists for a title at the 2022 NCAA Swimming Championships.
As Kay points out, Ryan showed up to July’s Great Lakes Open in Milford, Mich., and took home $6,000 for a first-place performance. The event was supposed to be a major moment for equality in sports as disc golf had the same first-place prize money for men and women. Then two biological men won both divisions.
It was at this event that Natalie Ryan beat the current world’s No. 2 female player Pierce by four strokes (or whatever they call it in disc golf) and the No. 4-ranked Ohn Scroggins by three strokes to take home the top money.
Disc Golf Female Competitors Feel Pressure To Stay Quiet
Then at the most recent Disc Golf Pro Tour event held in Leicester, Mass., Ryan once again won a big-time tournament (+1) and took home $9,000 by defeating the world’s No. 1 ranked female competitor Kristin Tattar, who won $6,000. Pierce finished third ($4,000).
To put this all in perspective, entering the 2022 season, Paige Pierce was the female division’s all-time top earner with $309,420 earned over 310 events (144 wins). She’s a five-time Disc Golf world champion.
Like in the Lia Thomas situation where Penn teammates were afraid to use their names while talking to OutKick out of fear they’d be attacked and canceled, Jonathan Kay reports for Quillette that biological…
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