Bill Powell is engraved in history as a pioneer who was the first African American to design, construct, and own a professional golf course in the United States. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Clearview Golf Club (@clearviewgolfclub)
Sep 29, 2022
Golf may not be the most electrifying sport to all, but the associated coin made by athletes like Tiger Woods can cause anyone to get excited about the game. Born in 1975 as Eldrick Woods, the prolific golfer was raised in Cypress, CA, with an interest in golf as early as six-months-old. Based on his bio on his website, Woods appeared on The Mike Douglas Show at two-years-old, putting with Bob Hope. He also shot 48 for nine holes at age three and was featured in Golf Digest by age five. By 16-years-old, Woods competed in tournaments and placed 34th place in the 1994 Johnnie Walker Asian Classic in Thailand. That same year, he entered Stanford University and won 10 collegiate events, including the NCAA championship title. Since turning pro in 1996, Woods has earned 82 PGA Tour wins, 12 international victories, and 199 top ten finishes. According to Golf Digest, since the beginning of his professional career, he had endorsement deals from Nike and Titleist worth $67 million....
Aug 12, 2022
It’s never too early to change the game, and 11-year-old Carter Bonas is evidence of that. At the recent South Florida HBCU Golf Classic held in Naples, FL, Carter was awarded a full scholarship to Florida Memorial University.
Jul 18, 2022
Tiger Woods just swung and hit his most accurate proverbial hole-in-one. The veteran golf player has reportedly joined the ranks of the country’s top earners by becoming a billionaire. The 82-time PGA Tour winner continues to prove what resilience looks like. Despite some challenges in his recent past, Woods continues to dominate on and off the golf course.
Jun 10, 2022