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'Battle of the Sixes': investigating print media representations of female professional golfers competing in a men's tour event (Pre published) (SAGE Publications, 2019-04-14)In May 2018, the men’s European Tour invited five female professional golfers to compete in its GolfSixes event in England, against 27 professional male players. This was significant, particularly given the female struggle ...
(Routledge, 2019-03-19)The careers of professional golfers offer a noteworthy opportunity to examine the ways in which national identity is imagined, constructed and experienced. This paper examines the nexus of national identity and golf in ...
Shifting hegemony in a "man's world": incremental change for female golf professional employment (Pre-published) (Routledge, 2017-02-08)There is much evidence to suggest that the golf environment is unequal in terms of gender. This study examines female golf professionals’ understanding of the barriers and opportunities to employment in the golf industry. ...
(Routledge, 2019-11-01)Research question: In recent years, Irish men’s professional golf has enjoyed global success, resulting in an increased focus on golfer development and talent pathways in Ireland. Using the SPLISS model as a guiding ...