According to data collected by the sports marketing firm Opendorse in 2013, golf fans are overwhelmingly male, white and over the age of 55, while basketball fans are far more diverse.
That might also explain how both leagues handled their respective Donald dilemmas.
around the country." That "we can only do what we can do." Until the association takes action when people or places or events contradict those supposed values, those words are just words, corporate doublespeak masquerading as corporate principles.
If the PGA of America really wants to "grow the game," building a better future for the sport and its participants, maybe its leaders should think less about where golf is and more about where golf is going.
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It was protection for the LGBT community in terms of economic rights, personal rights." According to James Druckman, a professor of political science at Northwestern University who studies sports, politics and public opinion, the NBA and the PGA of America made different decisions because both organizations likely made business decisions.Requirements include safety properties, process steps, human–machine interfaces, timing constraints, dynamic control algorithms, and design features.Our aim is to demonstrate that the Event-B based modelling, verification and validation tools deal with the variety of requirements involved in a typical medical device.One of the reasons young people aren't joining traditional institutions is because they don't understand why others are so averse to difference. That "golf is a game for all." That "this takes an investment and a commitment to enact real change." That "the face of the game [should] become more reflective of the face of society." And when those lofty goals are tested?That increasingly diverse world is a group of individuals that the PGA is going to inherit. That "we can only control so much." That "we can't control the policies …