TY VOTAW: Karrie, every since you came into our lives at the 1995 Weetabix Women's British Open and won that when you weren't a member of the LPGA, and followed that up with finishing second at the 1995 Q school with a broken arm, to every victory, and every Major, and every accolade since then, we knew we had a special member of the LPGA and a special golfer in the history of golf.
Your win in Chicago got you your 27th point. Your win at the Weetabix Women's British Open two years later got you the career Super Slam, and today, you have completed your you have competed in your tenth event which qualifies you for your ten year requirement.
As I said to you a few weeks ago, you make every room better whenever you're in it, and you are to go down in history as one of the greatest golfers the game has ever known not women golfers, but the game of golf.
On behalf of everybody associated with the LPGA, I want to say thank you for ten great years in a Hall of Fame career. Congratulations.