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Celebrating Black Women in Golf: Jasmin Cunningham Was Destined for a Career in Golf

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Jasmin Cunningham, PGA, is the eighth Black woman to earn membership to the PGA of America.
From attending Maryland Eastern Shore on the Renee Powell Scholarship to playing in and later helping run the PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship, Cunningham was destined for a career in golf.
As a part of Women’s History Month, the PGA of America is proud to celebrate Cunningham’s accomplishments and share her story. Cunningham is now an Account Representative for Titleist and is focused on building a career while helping to grow the game.
“It’s definitely rewarding to me,” Cunningham shared. “It means all of my hard work has paid off. But we’re not finished. I’m determined to get more African-American women to get PGA membership.”
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