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Lee Elder SpeakerFormer PGA Tour professional Lee Elder was the first African American to play in the Masters Tournament in 1975 and the Ryder Cup in 1979. He ultimately went on to capture 12 professional victories and make 14 U.S. Open appearances.

On Wednesday, October 3, Elder will address his efforts to fight discrimination and make the game more inclusive both during and after his playing career with a presentation to metropolitan-area youth groups. Local high school golf teams have been invited to attend, as well as members of the local chapters of the First Tee and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

This event, according to the USGA, will provide an opportunity to interact with and share the stories of adversity and perseverance of a golf barrier breaker. It will take place at the USGA Museum in Far Hills, New Jersey.

If your company is interested in finding out booking fees and availability for an famed PGA player like Lee Elder or other sports stars for a Speaking Engagement, Motivational Workshop, Charity or Fundraising Event,  call us at 1.888.246.7141 or fill out the booking form.

Watch this video featuring Lee Elder on what it was like to break the color barrier at The Masters in 1975:




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