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Scottish Golf May Follow R&A's Lead, Refuse To Hold Events At Men-Only Muirfield

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 27 / 16

Scottish Golf "could be set to follow the R&A’s lead by refusing to take events to Muirfield as long as it remains a men-only club," according to Martin Dempster of the SCOTSMAN. The R&A "responded swiftly a week ago to Muirfield failing to secure a two-thirds majority" for a prop...

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