Born at the start of the Great Depression, from the need and desire of middle and upper-class Black Atlantans to not only play golf, but to establish a recreation place where they could have parties, and social events and gather. From the 1924 fight to even establish a second African American cemetery in Atlanta, to the 1930 opening of the country club, through the story of Black golfers and their fight to desegregate Atlanta’s courses. This is such an interesting history that you do not want to miss.

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