More than Golf . . . African American Golf History is American History!
"A Missing Link In History" is a unique book that features: Reference Guide; Extensive timeline beginning in 1879; Directory of African American-owned golf facilities, businesses, inventions, events, and more.
Emerging from the Jim Crow Era into the millennium, this one-of-a-kind book includes a wealth of historical information found over a 130-year span. "A Missing Link In History" . . . factual, entertaining, and educational, will take you through an unbelievable journey of pride, prejudice, power, and perseverance!
Title: "A Missing Link In History:
The Journey of African Americans in Golf"
Author: Ramona Harriet
Concluding Comments: Jim Dent
Formats: Paperback: Binding: Perfect-bound;
Size: 6" x 9"; Pages: 406. (Second Edition)
"A Missing Link In History"
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Ramona Harriet—research historian/advocate of African American golf history, golf professional, and former educator. Her career ranges from being a head mistress of a school in London, England to Executive Director of The First Tee Washington, DC. Ramona has conducted research for state Senate committees, and she has served as a governor appointee to a state education committee. In February 2010, Ramona was selected to the PGA/USGA African American golf history task force, and in 2012 she was selected to the World Golf Hall of Fame and Museum "A Tribute to African Americans in Golf" advisory committee.
Committed to building awareness of African American Golf History, Ramona travels throughout the United States speaking on the topic;and also displaying the history through her traveling exhibition, "Epochs of Courage" African Americans in Golf".
In addition to appearing on "BET Nightline TV News" (after Tiger Woods's second Masters win), Ramona was featured in "Heart and Soul", "Golf Digest", and "African American Golfer's Digest" magazines.
"A Missing Link In History:
The Journey of African Americans in Golf