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MAULANA DOTCH IS NEW GM AT HERMANN PARK GOLF COURSE, BECOMES FIRST BLACK WOMAN PGA MEMBER IN THE ROLE

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MAULANA DOTCH IS NEW GM AT HERMANN PARK GOLF COURSE, BECOMES FIRST BLACK WOMAN PGA MEMBER IN THE ROLE


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Andrea Blackstone via https://www.blackenterprise.com/

A noteworthy milestone was recently reached in the golf world. According to the PGA of America, the world’s largest sports organization comprised of nearly 29,000 PGA professionals— Maulana Dotch, was named general manager at Hermann Park Golf Course in Houston. Additionally, Dotch became the first African American woman PGA Member to serve as a general manager of a golf facility.

“The PGA of America is proud of Maulana Dotch for earning this prestigious leadership position in golf management, while achieving another impressive milestone in her successful career,” PGA President Jim Richerson said online. “As a groundbreaking PGA Member, Maulana serves as a role model for women…

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