About Black Girls Golf


Black Girls Golf was just an idea in 2011. After spending several years in Corporate America and noticing how many opportunities were available to her male colleagues who played golf, Black Girls Golf Founder, Tiffany Mack Fitzgerald, set out to learn the game and create opportunities to build better professional relationships and connect with people in positions of power and influence.

Tiffany learned the game and was intimidated by the rules and the learning curve seemed impossible. She felt invisible yet again. She set out to change that for herself and others. In 2013 Tiffany invited her friends to join her on a golf course in Atlanta. Twenty-six women showed up and Black Girls Golf went from idea to a sisterhood.

Black Girls Golf has come a long way since 2013. Tiffany has been featured in Women’s Golf Journal, Black Enterprise Magazine and several sports and business radio shows & publications to promote diversity in golf and to share her experience as a golfer.

Black Girls Golf has also established the Black Girls Golf Foundation, a 501(c)(3) with a missions to create a more diverse pipeline of leaders in the golf industry. Click here to learn more about the BGG Foundation.

Who We Are

Black Girls Golf is headquartered in Greater Atlanta with more than 4,000 members in the U.S and abroad. We are a home for golfers of every level, including newbies. Whether you're interested in learning for leisure or for business, we are here for you.

Since we don't have chapters we've eliminated the inconvenience of chapter meetings and mandatory monthly dues. Instead, we've created a learning & playing community for you to be part of that includes local meet ups and play dates planned by members.

We are not a competitive league, we're a global network of like-minded women who want to learn, practice, and play golf.

What We Do

  • Golf Clinics & Meet Ups
  • Assistance with creating local leagues
  • Regional & National Events
  • Girls Golf Trips
  • Provide Online education that covers rules & etiquette
  • Connect you to instructors
  • Advocating with industry leaders to promote diversity

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