A Course of Their Own: A History of African American Golfers

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A Course
of
Their Own
A History of
African American
Golfers

JOHN H. KENNEDY

With an afterword by the author

University of Nebraska Press
Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1 - Into the Light 1
  • 2 - First a Job, Then a Game 3
  • 3 - "We Will Play with You or without You" 7
  • 4 - Creating a World 13
  • 5 - Yep, It’s All in How You Were Brought Up" 17
  • 6 - A Change in the Wind 37
  • 7 - "Land of the Free and Home of the Brave" 49
  • 8 - "We’Ve Got Another Hitler to Get By" 65
  • 9 - Running to the 1st Tee 90
  • 10 - Just Another Golfer 97
  • 11 - "I Am Somebody!" 106
  • 12 - "We Just Don’t Want Them near Us" 113
  • 13 - Four Fewer Words 133
  • 14 - "Laugh at ‘Em and Keep Going" 142
  • 15 - Hustling 153
  • 16 - "You Know, a Shank’Ll Jump on You" 181
  • 17 - The Masters? "I Hope You’Re Right!" 185
  • 18 - "What Have I Done to You, Sir?" 205
  • 19 - The "Garbage Tour" 213
  • 20 - Black Orchid 221
  • 21 - Implacable, Impeccable 241
  • 22 - "You Are the Ones…" 249
  • Afterword - In Tiger’s Wake 258
  • Notes 263
  • Works 277
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