Since I heard I got dogged about playing am, and beating pros at the GBO. Let me tell my side of my story. First of all, I believe my rating should be above 900 to be considered pro, that's what I've read with the pdga. Out of respect for the pro division players, I've never considered trying to call myself pro until I've reached that level. I got into a head on collision a couple years ago, and now have two slipped discs, therefore, I never really thought I could play on the pro level since then. Apparently, maybe I do still have a chance to become a pro player! I love the idea of that. I have no problem playing pro, just as long as I rightfully earn it, and can afford it! Now that has been another issure for me. I am a single mother of 3, and a grandson, with another grandchild one on the way! I have not had the funds to afford the pro entry fees. Therefore, I have hoped that maybe I could get sponsors to help me, I'm not sure how to do that,(without feeling like a begger!)but I'm hoping that will fall into place, eventually anyway, really, not sure if thats "legal" anyway. So, to settle some of you people out there who want to critisize me, here I go. I will play with the real pro's at the Green Country Open this w/e. We can all see how I stand with them, kinda assume I will be in last place. But very excited to try to hang with the best, looking forward to learning how to play like a pro. So, stop the hatin' dudes!! Because I love you all!!!