More than Golf . . . African American Golf History is American History!
Theodore "Ted" Rhodes, legendary professional golfer, competed in UGA Tournaments in the 1940s. Rhodes was the second African American to play in a USGA Open Championship (1948).
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to a history that has so much value and significance, and deserves its rightful place in history.
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Give recognition to the pioneers.
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