More than Golf . . . African American Golf History is American History!
African American Golf History Multi-media Traveling Exhibition
Loved the exhibit. Great to see those who deserve credit...get credit.
Kids can learn something from this.
Very informative for anyone!
The women in golf and the black caddies are stories that I never heard before.
Before I saw this exhibit, I thought Tiger Woods was the only African American ever to play professional golf. This is great! My mom, dad, and I learned a lot.
Great for all ages. Something for everyone..
"We all need a connection to our past."
Selected Previous Exhibit Showings
IMG Golf Expo
Kellogg Conference Center
Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama
Langston Golf Course,
Las Vegas Urban Chamber of Commerce
MGM Grand Conference Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
Legends of Basketball World Summit
Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History
National Minority Golf Foundation
Hutchinson Island, Florida
North Carolina A&T State University
Greensboro, North Carolina
One Judiciary Square (Office of the Mayor)
Scotch Hills Country Club
(formerly Shady Rest Golf and Country Club)
Scotch Plains, New Jersey
Tiger Woods Foundation Workshop
The First Tee National Meeting
World Golf Village
St. Augustine, Florida
W.T. Bland Mount Dora Public Library
Mount Dora, Florida
Whittier Middle School
Epochs of Courage: African Americans in Golf
Founded in 1999 by Ramona M.Harriet, traveling exhibition Epochs of Courage features historical photographs, memorabilia, publications, and documents. This one of a kind interactive exhibit illustrates the impact and contributions that African Americans have made and continue to make to the game of golf. With a timeline beginning in the 1800s, Epochs of Courage is periodically updated to reflect on-going developments.
Epochs of Courage Award recipient
Tiger Woods - 2001
Epochs of Courage Honorees
Mary Burton, known as the "Golfing Granny of the UGA"
Ann Gregory, first African American female to compete in a USGA U.S.
Women's Amateur Championship
George Simkins, leader in the desegregation of golf courses in
Greensboro, North Carolina
Robert "Hardrock" Robinson, renowned Pinehurst Country Club caddie
Exhibition Booking Information
Media: Framed and mounted photographs and articles. Historical text and labels. Publications. Memorabilia. Slide presentation. More than 125 display items. Interactive.
Space Requirements: For wall hangings, recommended minimum wall space is 100 linear feet. Floor space is required for display cases. Dimensions may vary depending on the booking request, i.e., full or partial exhibit.
Security and Liability: 24-hour security. Receiver is responsible for liability of all items during round-trip shipment and the full term of agreement.
Preliminary Booking Requests: