There was once an extensive network of African American golf leagues and clubs across the country. But as the golf world opened up, most of the Black clubs faded away. One that remains is the Chicago Women's Golf Club, which has been around for more than eighty years. It is the second oldest Black women's golf club in the nation.
If riding with no hands was an Olympic event, John Kohan would win Gold.
Most of these women have been bowling together since the 1950s.
It’s the busiest 16” softball league in the world. Washington Park. South Side. And Sarge MacKinnon is in charge.