Casey Martin Vs. The PGA

Last week, a federal judge ruled that golfer Casey Martin—who is afflicted with a circulatory disorder that makes it painful for him to walk—may use a motorized golf cart during PGA competition. The PGA contends that the use of a cart constitutes an unfair advantage, and plans to appeal the decision. What do you think?

  • “I am shocked that the sport of golf would be associated with this sort of exclusivity and discrimination.”

    Carrie Holt –
    Music Teacher

  • “I know how Martin feels. I was recently kicked off the PGA Tour just because my debilitating foot fetish made me masturbate on the other golfers' cleats in the locker room all the time.”

    Ed Shanahan –
    Waiter

  • “First Tiger Woods, now a cripple? Christ, next thing you know, they'll be letting Jews into the country club.”

    Willis Gehry –
    Tax Attorney

  • “If he's crippled, what's he doing trying to achieve in the first place?”

    Rick Struck –
    Systems Analyst

  • “This is just the latest in a long line of injustices committed against America's professional golfers.”

    Melanie Foti –
    Librarian

  • “Rodney Dangerfield endured the same sort of unfair treatment almost 20 years ago, solely because he wasn't an uptight, stuck-up snob. How little we have learned since then.”

    Gus Trotter –
    Graduate Student

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