Long History of Links and Litigation: Randy Maniloff Interviewed by Philadelphia Inquirer
Professionals are getting ready to tee off at this week's U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club East, known for its cramped conditions. Golf and litigation have a long history, as Randy Maniloff illustrates in the June 5 issue of Coverage Opinions: The Golf Issue. Which may help to explain some of the measures organizers have taken to limit those on the links to the pros, caddies, golf officials, camera operators and corporate sponsors.
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