In his article for Travel Law Quarterly, Harper Grey lawyer Aaron Atkinson discusses Neely v. MacDonald. With recent public attitudes and the law coalescing against drinking and driving, many golf courses do not wish to take responsibility for the risk of guests drinking and driving golf carts at tournaments held on their course. It is open to the golf course to require an indemnity from the organization or company wishing to host such a golf tournament for claims by third parties (i.e. guests) for personal injury associated with driving and use of golf carts.
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