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Coming to Riviera Beach, FL


          Inner City Youth Golfers', Inc, in cooperation with the African American Golfers Hall of Fame and African American Collegiate & Youth Golfers Hall of Fame intends to develop the "Inner City Golf Museum" at approximately 125 W. 13th Street, Riviera Beach, Fl which will principally serve the needs of inner city youth and families, especially those from the Max Fisher Boys & Girls Club, Riviera Beach Maritime Academy, Palm Beach County Schools and neighboring communities.
     The proposed facility will be comprised of a classroom, golf simulator laboratory and museum/Hall of Fame along with administrative offices. The Hall of Fame will be educational and historical. It is hoped that the land at the east of the parking & building will be used as an outside "short game (putting, chipping & sand trap) outdoor teaching academy."
     "Special thanks to the Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency and the City of Riviera Beach, FL."

Please DONATE if you would like to help with this worthy cause.

ICYG was featured in the September 27, 2015 Tour Championship by Coca-Cola "Inside INSIGHTS", Vol. 15, Issue 6 for its mission on "Bringing Gof & Education Together." 

Honda Classic-2016 Birdies For Children!
Help support our favorite charity, Inner City Youth Golfers', Inc., for a chance to win a brand new 2016 Honda automobile.
Guess the amount of "Birdies" the pros will make during the Honda Classic, person guessing closest to the actual number wins.
(In case of a tie, blind drawing will determine the winner)
Click to print:  pledge form

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Malachi Knowles

Barbara Nickalus with Alan T. Brown, President of Prime Time and Anthony Netto, President of Stand Up and Play at the Honda Classic.
Dennis Walters, after his golf clinic during the Honda Classic.
Youth at the Inner City Youth Golfers', Inc. clinic area during the PBC Kids Finess Festival in West Palm Beach, FL July 2011

D.J. Gregory

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He also wrote a book called
"Walking with Friends" an inspirational year on the PGA Tour. 
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