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August 11, 2001 | Associated Press
Callaway Golf Co. said it has settled a lawsuit with the Royal Canadian Golf Assn. over its ERC II Driver. In a joint statement, Callaway and the RCGA said they could do more to benefit the game of golf in Canada by settling any differences, dismissing the lawsuit and working more closely. Each side will bear its own costs and attorneys fees in the lawsuit. Callaway sued the association, the governing body of men's amateur golf in Canada, last year in U.S.
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August 11, 2001 | Associated Press
Callaway Golf Co. said it has settled a lawsuit with the Royal Canadian Golf Assn. over its ERC II Driver. In a joint statement, Callaway and the RCGA said they could do more to benefit the game of golf in Canada by settling any differences, dismissing the lawsuit and working more closely. Each side will bear its own costs and attorneys fees in the lawsuit. Callaway sued the association, the governing body of men's amateur golf in Canada, last year in U.S.
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May 9, 2000 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Jim Courier, who won four Grand Slam tournament titles in the 1990s, is retiring after a 13-year pro tennis career, USA Today reported Monday night. Courier, 29, was ranked No. 1 in the world for 58 weeks during the '90s and was one of six men in the Open era to reach the finals of all four Grand Slams. "I wouldn't trade anything for one more title, one more match won or lost," Courier, who will be an analyst for TNT at Wimbledon this summer, told the newspaper. "I feel full."
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September 2, 2012 | By Brian Cronin
GOLF URBAN LEGEND : Augusta National Golf Club changed their rules to keep an African-American player from possibly qualifying for the Masters in 1962. With the recent news that the Augusta National Golf Club has added a female member to their club, I thought it would be interesting to examine another controversial period in Augusta history, the years before Lee Elder became the first African-American player to compete in the Masters Tournament in 1975. Charlie Sifford was a pioneer among African-Americans in the world of golf.
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