Golf is a Game for Everyone: New exhibit honors the legacy of African-Americans in golf

World Golf Hall of Fame "Honoring a Legacy: A Tribute to African Americans In Golf" ribbon-cutting ceremony
World Golf Hall of Fame “Honoring a Legacy: A Tribute to African Americans In Golf” ribbon-cutting ceremony

by Chris Hybl

The World Golf Hall of Fame’s new exhibit “Honoring a Legacy: A Tribute to African Americans in Golf” highlights the lives of those who have championed many of The First Tee’s core principles, including the belief that golf is a game for everyone. The World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum, located next to The First Tee home office in St. Augustine, Fla., officially opened their latest addition with a ceremony including Hall of Fame member Charlie Sifford and LPGA pioneer Renee Powell, along with PGA TOUR Commissioner Tim Finchem. Continue reading “Golf is a Game for Everyone: New exhibit honors the legacy of African-Americans in golf”