From the output, it appeared to be sdkman, which previously was called gvm for 'groovy version manager'. It appears that the install of sdk man places it's files into ~/.sdkman, in addition to calling thing in all three of ~/.profile, ~/.bashrc, and ~/.bash_profile. I had to explicitly clear out the statements sourcing the sdkman binaries to allow gvm to function properly.
After clearing out sdkman, I was able to successfully get the latest go installed (after installing go 1.4 from a binary, due to the source compile failing). `which gvm` now pointted at the go gvm, instead of sdkman!