The Ladies Professional Golfers Association’s First Transgender Player Easily Wins Her Very First Tournament

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 21 January 2022

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Golfing legend Lee Trevino mentored Musketelli and he said that she's just as much a woman as any woman he's ever known.

AUSTIN, Texas – (Sports Satire) – The Turnstile Review has broken the story on the very first transgender golfer to play in the LPGA.

Buckaroo Kazoo with TS spoke with the gorgeously sexy Margie Musketelli, 27, who easily won the Austin 16 Ladies Golf Tournament.

Miss Musketelli, who is single, and who became a full-fledged female on September 16, 2021 shot a 69, 3 underpar to win the Texas tournament.

Kazoo reported that at least 7 of the biological female golfers issued a complaint to the tournament director.

Kelly Buxtonfiss the director, informed them that right before the tournament began, she, her sister, a doctor, and three security guards personally checked out Miss Musketelli in her office.

She noted that all six individuals clearly saw that she in fact has two tits, a pussy; complete with cervix, labia minora, labia majora, and a G-spot.

The tournament doctor also commented that the X-ray that he took of Miss Musketelli showed without a shadow of a doubt that she does have two ovaries, which he said appear to be in excellent working condition.

Meanwhile, info guru Andy Cohen spoke to Margie Musketelli who told him that her lawyer is getting ready to file individual $2.7 million lawsuits against the 7 female golfers on grounds of Genderitis Embarrassinatola. ■

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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