May 27, 1983 ' A letter to the PGA Tour policy board attacked the tours expansion into non-tournament areas and demanded an accounting of the tours money. The letter was signed by 14 players, including Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer.
May 29, 2001 ' Casey Martin wins an appeal before the Supreme Court regarding his use of a golf cart at tournaments. The PGA Tour was hoping to win the case, saying it had a right to make its own rules. Martin had previously won a decision in Oregon against the tour, based on the Americans With Disabilities Act.
May 31, 1942 - Sam Snead, who received an extension on his military induction date to play in the PGA Championship, wins the title. He entered the Navy the following week.
June 1, 1994 ' Tim Finchem officially takes over duties as PGA Tour commissioner, replacing Deane Beman.
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