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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Age Eligibility Rules in Women's Professional Golf: A Legal Eagle or an Antitrust Bogey?

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Elizabeth A. Gregg, Indiana University, Lawrence W. Fielding, Jacksonville University and Ryan M. Rodenberg, Florida State University ask Age Eligibility Rules in Women's Professional Golf: A Legal Eagle or an Antitrust Bogey?

ABSTRACT: The LPGA's minimum age rule is analyzed under American antitrust law.


 

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