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1.  "Litigious Links," Golf Magazine, February 1998, at 96-97 (available in LEXIS-NEXIS News Library), reprinted in Tulsa Lawyer, January 2010, at 16-17  View Low-Resolution .GIF Version View High-Resolution .PDF Version

InfoTrac Abstract:  "lawsuits related to golf"
Subjects: "Golf courses - Cases"; "Golfers - Cases"

Northern Light database:
Summary: "No one should be thinking--or talking--about the law on the golf course (that
goes for lawyers, especially)."
Subject(s): "Golf courses--Cases; Golfers--Cases"; "(lawsuits related to golf)"

Readers' Guide Abstracts: "The writer outlines a number of the most common golf-related situations that result in legal trouble and offers advice on dealing with these situations."
DESCRIPTORS: "Golf-Suits-and-claims"

New York Public Library ProQuest Database Abstract:  "Savell outlines the most common situations that cause legal trouble in golf. The most commonly litigated situation occurs when a player hits a ball that mistakes another player for the flag."

Subject Terms: Litigation, Golf, Law, Court decisions

 

 

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