OK, I’ll try to explain this a little more reasonably.
If a man and a woman both have perfect mechanics, be it throwing, hitting, swinging a golf club, whatever, the man will almost always win. Force equals mass times acceleration, right? Guys are bigger, guys are stronger (in general), so as a result Annika Sorenstam has to depend solely on ball placement because she doesn’t have length on the top male players, whereas Tiger Woods can worry about ball placement and get dramatically longer distance.
All conditions being equal, all skill being equal, Annika will lose because she’s simply physically outmatched. And that’s what happened at the Colonial. On a fair and level playing field she got creamed.
Now, that’s not to say that women can’t compete. Florence Griffith-Joyner, for example, was undoubtedly a better athlete than 99.9% of the men on the Earth, but her 15 year old record of 10.49 seconds in the 100 meter dash is still more than a half-second off the male record, and no current woman has ever seriously threatened to beat the record. So, while you can say the women are competitive, they simply have no chance at winning.
You get where I’m coming from?