Videos An Honor for Lee Elder 2 weeks ago 18 Under Par 45 years ago, Lee Elder paved the way for a generation of Black golfers to come. 18 Under Par See author's posts Continue Reading Previous A Masters Unlike Any OtherNext Adam Scott on biggest differences at this year’s Masters Tournament | Masters Press Conference 15 thoughts on “An Honor for Lee Elder” First Reply Congrats Lee! And thank you Augusta National! Reply 3rd comment. Reply ⛳️🏌️🏌️♂️ Reply What about Lee Trevino? Reply 2 BLACK MEN AND 1 WOMEN, OPEN UP YOUR MEMBERSHIP MASTERS ITS THE 21ST CENTURY,,,,, FINALLY MR. ELDER…….AT 86, CAN YOU IMAGINE HAVING TO WAIT FOR A GREAT MAN TO BE GIVEN THE HONOR HE DESERVES…. Reply Let that sink in. It wasn't until 11 years after the 1964 civil rights act that Augusta let a black person play there. Less than 50 years ago, black players weren't allowed to play this course. Reply Tears in his eyes, I guess, as he lines up this last shot…. Reply Super-duper congrats to Mr. Lee Elder!! This man had to endure a massive amount of racism at that extremely racist golf club. Sorry it took 45-years to get your roses, but nonetheless you certainly deserves them! 🌹🏌🏾♀️🌹 Reply Congratulations Lee, a real pioneer against racial inequality, one with character and strength. Compared to Tiger Woods' FILTHY LIE TO WORLD, "I became aware of my racial identity on my first day of school, on my first day of kindergarten. A group of sixth graders tied me to a tree, spray painted N_gg_r on me and threw rocks at me. That was my first day of school. And the teacher really didn't do much of anything." What a champion. Reply All races were allowed to play when Tiger won his titles–that speaks volumes!!!! Reply Token Reply Bravos & long acknowledged way over due Reply Respect. To the masters. Forever Reply who is the lunatic that disliked this video lol Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.