Anna Rawson of Australia watches her tee shot on the 12th hole during the fourth round of the LPGA Qualifying School at LPGA International on December 6, 2008 in Daytona Beach, Florida. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Anna Rawson (Getty Images)more pics »Anna Rawson
is one of the few pros on the LPGA tour doing well. That the statuesque Austrailian is a former professional model probably doesn't hurt, but she presented ESPN with some ideas on how to revitalize the LPGA as a whole.The first suggestion from ESPN -- you can click over to read all five of them: 1. ROCK THE TEE
Every player should tee off to her favorite song at the beginning of the tournament and have it played again when she approaches the 18th green. Major League Baseball teams play music as batters approach the plate and it's great. Fans connect with players for their music and it builds anticipation. I don't think our golfers would have a problem with this because nowadays who doesn't practice with their iPod on? Plus, it would help me on the tee; the forced quiet is nerve-racking, so hearing music will help break the tension.