The question, What's more important, how we look or how we play? is the LPGA's version of the chicken or the egg and always gets the players clucking. Last week, during the association's 50th anniversary celebration, the issue was again front and center thanks to six-year pro Emilee Klein, who during the off-season sent a letter to fellow tour members encouraging them to dress more professionally. "The better our image, the more sponsors want to come in, the more they'll want to pay and the more they'll want us on TV," Klein said. Some players were insulted by the implications of the letter. "I don't want it held against me that I'm a larger woman," said Becky Iverson (left), who wears a men's XXL shirt. "I'm not going to be able to find clothes in my size that are going to make me look the way [ Klein] wants me to look." Although Klein's letter wasn't a call for a formal dress code—other than jeans, players are allowed to wear whatever they like—some members took it as such. Commissioner Ty Votaw assured the players that was not likely to happen. "If it's difficult to tell the difference between people inside the ropes and people outside the ropes, then there may be a problem," Votaw said. "I'm not sure we're there yet."