How Joe Louis changed the game of golf
Special guest Jacques Slade takes us through how in addition to his legacy as a heavyweight boxing champion, Joe Louis was also a pioneer to help get rid of the Caucasian-only clause in professional golf. His action helped opened doors for black golfers such as Charlie Sifford, Lee Elder and Tiger Woods to thrive as professionals.
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