John Minan's The Little Green Book of Golf Law: The Real Rules of the Game of Golf, is a fascinating little book that discusses legal cases involving golf courses and golfers. Each chapter, numbered 1-19 for holes 1-18 and the nineteenth hole (the clubhouse), includes a desription of a legal case, the legal issues involved, and a real rule of golf. The current display features three of the cases described in the book.
This cases addresses the question of who is responsible when a golfer is struck by lightning.
Tiger Woods, proving he is as aggressive with his business interests as he is with golf, features in this case involving the use of his likeness in a work of art.
Is the golf course mangement responsible for Mr. Kurash's impotency?