Twice as good : the story of William Powell and clearview, the only golf course designed, built and owned by an African-American / written by Richard Michelson ; illustrated by Eric Velasquez.
Twice as good : the story of William Powell and clearview, the only golf course designed, built and owned by an African-American
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- ISBN: 9781585364664
- ISBN: 1585364665
- Physical Description: 1 v.(unpaged).: ill. ; 28 cm.
- Publisher: Ann Arbor, MI : Sleeping Bear Press, c2011.
"Willie dreamed of becoming a professional golfer, but his accoomplishments wentfar beyond playing the game of golf. Willie was often denied the opportunity to play golf because he was African American. Determined, he decided to build his own course, and welcome people of all color to play golf."--jacket
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