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John F. Gaski

and language are important to prevent misrepresentation or outright appropriation of history, even golf history. Based on the details and subtleties addressed here, some of golf’s linguistic and taxonomic conventions need to be reviewed. The two targeted here both relate to golf’s supreme metric

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Justin Peters, Jared Garon, Dale A. Bellaire, Shaun Smith, Derek Marshall, and Jess C. Dixon

vast differences in quarter-over-quarter performance can be attributed to external pressures on Callaway stemming from the global onset of COVID-19, uncertainty about the future had cast doubts within the minds of many investors regarding what could potentially be the largest merger in golf history

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Stanley Thangaraj

hell they serve” ( Porter, 2013 ). His blackness was naturalized, celebrated, and denigrated to unmark the whiteness of golf. Woods’s blackness was both racial relief to golfing history and always the backend to whiteness. In many ways, there was already a longing for a black hero in golf. Although