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A LEGACY OF HOGAN’S JUNIOR GOLF HEROES
OMAHA MAGAZINE | February 14, 2019
Steve Hogan II could have pitched the golf ball, but instead clutched his 6-iron for an attempt back on the fairway at the Riverside Golf Club. He glanced at the small narrow window through the dense trees. Impossible shot. Sweat rolled down the 9-year-old boy’s back from the blazing summer heat and mounting pressure on the Pepsi Junior Golf Tour’s stop in Grand Island, Nebraska. He relaxed his tense grip and swung. The ball smacked a tree, ricocheting right back at him. Disgusted with himself, Steve threw his club. As soon as the rage left his body, Steve met his father’s disappointed brown eyes. Steve Hogan Sr. shook his head and walked briskly down the green until his orange shirt and khaki pants faded in the distance. Keep reading
Coaches, Program Alumni and Youth Team Up at Great Plains Black History Museum event!
Two teams of coaches, alumni and active youth participants enjoyed a day of golf at the Great Plains Black History Museum golf outing in the fall of 2015. For two of the youth involved, this was their first experience competing in an 18-hole golf event, so a very exciting day. Special thanks to the event organizers and sponsors who made this happen!
Brandon Williams, Chapter Alumnus
Brandon Williams is an alumnus of the chapter. He was an active participant in our programs from 1998-2011 and has served as an assistant coach over the past few years at the Steve Hogan Golf Course programming site. Brandon graduated from Metropolitan Community College in the spring of 2015 with a degree in Culinary Arts. He plans to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Performing Arts at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He aspires to be the best chef and actor that he can be! Best of luck to you Brandon! Stay connected!