• Another name in black golf that should never be forgotten is Harold Dunovant, who started the program to required to become a Class A member of the PGA in 1960, but did not complete the process for 12 years – due to the requirement that you get three standing members to endorse you, and the all-white membership did not want to allow him into the PGA.

Though most of may be very unfamiliar with some or all of theses names, it is important to know that there are decades of persistence and sacrifice behind the opportunities afforded to Tiger and others to follow. –mark anderson