Laura Behuring, Denver, Colorado
Mackenzie Mack, Tampa, Florida
Donna Pentrack, Tarpon Springs, Florida
Paula Pearson-Tucker, Fore Life Inc., LPGA Teaching and Club Professional, Ft. Lauderdale & Miami, FL
Promoting financial literacy
Advocating for good nutrition and health
Sustaining a green environment
Mentoring our youth
Encouraging and promoting men of color to learn the benefits of golf and participate in recreational golf activities
Integrating Social Media & Technology to collaborate and network the Golf Community.
MOCG can schedule Group Sessions Upon Request for 6 or more participants. We offer the following types of clinics
To schedule a golf clinic session for your group or organization, please contact us at 813 892-0659.
Golf clubs will be provided for practice lessons
Beginner Golf Clinic: Learn to Play Golf 10/24/2015 - 11/28/2015 ( $199.00) [09:30 AM - 11:00AM]
Intermediate Golf Clinic: Advance Your Golf Skills 09/12/2015 - 10/17/2015 ( $299.00) [09:30 AM - 11:00AM]
Location : Golfer's Grail
The Beginner class: At the end of the course, you will be able to play a "round" of golf.
The intermediate class is designed to take one's game to the next skill level while still implementing the proper fundamentals of golf.
Join the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity(GZL) & the Women of Color Golf (WOCG) for an exciting fall morning of golf and camaraderie in support of youth programs for educational scholarships. You can play in the golf tournament or register for a "3- hour beginner clinic". All golf skill levels are invited to participate in the tournament or the golf clinic to advance your skill development! Supporting Men of Tomorrow Mentoring (MOT) Programs and Girls On the Green Tee (GOTGT).
Location: Lexington Oaks Golf Club, Wesley Chapel, FL 33544
Tom Woodard is believed to have been the first Black golfer to earn NCAA division I All American recognition, having been awarded the distinction in 1978, while attending and playing for the University of Colorado as an Evans Scholar.
He twice qualified for the PGA Tour, in 1981 and 1984, and played in a US Open and PGA Championship. Following his competitive playing days, he landed his first Head Pro job at City Park Golf Course, in Denver, CO, where he had learned to play as a teenager. He quickly established himself as a successful businessman and leader, and earned membership into the PGA of America. In time, he would advance and become the Director of Golf for the City of Denver.
Tom has been inducted into the National Black Golf Hall of Fame and the Colorado Hall of Fame.
He has now volunteered to offer his expert guidance and counsel with the Women of Color Golf (WOCG) and Men of Color Golf (MOCG) organization in Tampa, Florida, to create a movement to mobilize and encourage more minorities to learn the game of golf
Learn More about Tom Woodard:
Tom Woodard Induction to National Black Golf Hall of Fame
National Black Golf Hall of Fame →
Tom Woodard Inducted to Colorado Golf Hall of Fame
Colorado Golf Hall of Fame →
Membership Dues are $125.00 annually by mail or you may pay conveniently using a secure payment through Paypal ( Memberships paid via Paypal are $130.00, which includes all additional electronic fees.)
You may download and send the Application with your payment to Men Of Color Golf | P.O. Box 75361, Tampa, Florida, 33675
Please, make check payable to Men Of Color Golf