Science and Golf II: Proceedings of the 1994 World Scientific Congress of Golf

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W.A. Adams

Aberystwyth University of Wales

Institute of Biological Sciences

Sir George Stapledon Building

Aberystwyth

SY23 3DD

Tel. 0970 622302

E. Alpenfels

Pinehurst Resort and Country Club

Carolina Vista

P.O. Box 4000

N.C. 28374-4000

USA

Tel. 910 295 8121 Fax 910 295 8110

S. Aoyama

Titleist and Footjoy Worldwide

Fairhaven

MA 02719 0965

USA

Tel. 508 979 2000 Fax 508 979 3909

S. Baker

Sports Turf Institute

Bingley

West Yorkshire

BD16 1AU

UK

Tel. 0274 565131 Fax 0274 561891

J.B. Beard

International Sports Turf Institute

1812 Shadowood Drive

College Station

TX 77840

USA

Tel. 409 693 4066 Fax 409 693 4878

P. Beauchamp

Canadian Olympic Association

2380 Pierre Dupuy

Montreal, Que

H3C 3R4

Tel. 514 861 3371 Fax 514 861 2896

J. Beditz

National Golf Foundation

1150 South US One, Suite 401

Florida 33477

USA

Tel. 407 744 6006 Fax 407 744 6107

R. Brandenburg

Department of Entomology

North Carolina State University

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Box 7613

Raleigh, NC 27695 7613

USA

Tel. 919 515 2703

A.M. Brennan

Durrell Institute

of Conservation and Ecology

University of Kent

Canterbury

CT27NX

UK

Tel/Fax 0843 831291

P.A. Brostedt

Villagatan 4

114 32 Stockholm

Sweden

A. Brylawski

Lehigh University

Packard Lab

19 Memorial Drive West

Bethlehem

PA 18015 3085

USA

Fax 610 758 6224

J.H. Butler

True Temper Sports

8706 Dearfield Drive

Olive Branch

MS 38654

USA

Tel. 601 895 3535 Fax 601 895 8668

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