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Professional Golf Association’s Stance on Casey Martin’s Golf Cart Usage

As a board member of Professional Goal Association, I would disallow Casey Martin to use a golf cart during tournaments. We, board members, value fairness, integrity, and flexibility. We highly consider Ed Freeman’s Stakeholder Theory, which defines an importance of every stakeholder that is involved in our business.
PGA itself and PGA tournaments require a number of stakeholders such as sponsorship companies, golfers, employees, and galleries (audiences). We have a duty to apply every value to theses stakeholders. In case of Casey Martin, a PGA membership candidate who has a circulatory disorder caused the tournament in need of golf cart.
First of any single conversation, stakeholders are key elements that the board should think about. There are many stakeholders who are involved in this situation. PGA’s four major golf tournaments are occurred in country clubs that have prestige of its history and difficulties of high handicaps. Of course, using golf carts provide a lot of advantages to players because it helps them to consume their stamina less; however, using golf carts will improve the players’ scores and destroy the courses’ difficulties and prestige. Galleries might get less satisfaction when golf carts are allowed to use. They might have particular players they want to see and they would possibly lose track of those players when they have carts. Using cart might pull out of galleries’ viewership, which can cause a loss of revenue. Sponsors are also targets. They sponsor players and the tournaments and sponsors really want to inform their companies. They expect their presences on players’ clothes and if carts were allowed, their presences would not be shown effectively. PGA members are also our valuable stakeholders. They opposed Casey Martin’s usage of golf cart for ignoring…...

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