Exemplified by the journeys of founders, finding your footing in the world of golf and embracing your differences is a powerful way to unlock your social status. Through mentorship, you can open the doors to the sport to countless others and make them feel like they belong.
We asked our model for this editorial, Maurice Crowe, who is a golf coach and volunteer, what it meant to him to have authentic representation targeted towards his community within such a formal sport.
“To me it means a lot. At times It can be difficult to attract our younger generation to a sport that they see few of us play.
I think Eastside is doing a great job at being that bridge to connect our communities to a game that teaches you way more than how to hit a ball in a hole.
The values that can be taught while learning this game are greater than any accolades you can receive on, or off the course.”