Defensive Golf

Gunn, Timothy
July 1977
New Republic;7/23/77, Vol. 177 Issue 4, p31
Comments on golf as a sport. Description of physical requirements of golf; Association between golf jargon and its challenges; Origin of the sport in the United States; View that golf has been devalued as a symbol of upper-class breeding and as a pretension to privilege; Preservance of golf as a symbol of privilege, wealth, success and exclusivity.


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