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The 3D Female 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. The pink enamel accents are protected with acrylic. 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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The first mention of golf (actually, "gowf") was a 1457 edict by King James II banning the game because it interfered with learning archery. Apparently that wasn't very effective, because it was banned again as "an unprofitable sport" in 1471 and 1491. Mary, Queen of Scots, was charged with playing golf after her husband Henry Stuart was murdered. She was almost certainly guilty as charged, having commissioned the golf course at St Andrews in the 1550s and, reportedly, coined the word "caddy." History scarcely mentions women golfers again until the 1800s, when the first women's tournaments took place. Only after the LPGA was formed in 1950 was women's golf recognized as a respectable sport.