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The 3D Golfer emblem has an ABS plastic core with a chrome-plated metal finish that's guaranteed to last the lifetime of your car. The metal finish won't fade or chip. Attaches in seconds using a paint-safe 3M foam tape that will withstand extreme weather and car washes. It measures 3.25" x 1.25" x 0.125" (8.25 x 3.17 x 0.31 cm). Let everyone on the road know that you're a golfer without a tacky decal or bumper sticker.
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Ancient Romans used a bent stick to hit a stuffed leather ball in a game they called paganica. Some historians say that paganica swept through Europe as the Roman Empire expanded in the first century AD, eventually transforming into golf as we know it, but there isn't much direct evidence for this. A Ming Dynasty scroll from 1368 shows a Chinese aristocrat swinging what looks very much like a golf club at a small ball with the intent of driving it into a hole. Advocates for this origin say that the game of "chuiwan" spread through Europe during the Middle Ages. Other scholars have found antecedents of golf in England ("pall-mall"), France ("chambot"), Persia ("chaugan"), and the Netherlands ("kolven"). Whatever its true origins, a lot of cultures clearly played games resembling golf across the centuries. Eventually the Scots adapted it into the game that we know today. The first mention of "golf" was a 1457 edict by King James II banning the game because it interfered with learning archery.