Game Changers

Celebrating Black Women in Golf: Tiana Jones, PGA, is Helping Mold the Future of the Game

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Tiana Jones was the seventh Black woman to become a PGA Professional after attending the PGM School at Maryland Eastern Shore where she was a five-time PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship winner.
As a part of Women's History Month, the PGA of America is proud to celebrate Jones's journey and share her story.
Now a PGA Director of Instruction at TopGolf, she works with golfers of all ages and demographics and works tirelessly to help create change on the issues women and minorities face within the golf industry.
"As a PGA Member, I'm proud to be able to represent an organization and create change that mirrors the country I serve," Jones said. "For me, it's very important to be that face of change, but also help engineer and be very intuitive about the process getting more minorities into the sport is accomplished."