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In this Nov. 13, 2014, file photo former PGA golfer Charlie Sifford talks during an interview at his home in Brecksville, Ohio. Sifford, who fought the Caucasian-only clause on the PGA Tour and became its first black member has died Monday night Feb. 2, 2015. He was 92. The PGA of America confirmed the death of Sifford, who recently suffered a stroke. No cause of death was given. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)
In this Jan. 13, 1969, file photo, Charlie Sifford throws up his arms after he dropped a short par putt on the 18th green to tie Harold Henning at the end of 72 holes in the Los Angeles Open golf tournament. Sifford went on to win the tournament with a birdie on the first extra hole. Nearly 50 years after Sifford became the first black to join the PGA Tour, the Northern Trust Open announced Monday, Jan. 19, 2009, an exemption in his name for a player who represents the advancement of diversity in golf. (AP Photo/File)
Cigar smoking Charlie Sifford, the first black golfer ever to win a big-time golf tournament, works out at the Western Avenue golf course in Los Angeles, November 11, 1957 after winning the $11,500 Long Beach open yesterday. The 34-year-old golfer shot a 7-under par 64 in the final round -- the best round of the tournament -- to tie Eric Monti and then downed Monti on the third hole of a sudden-death play-off. The victory was worth $1,200 to Sifford, four-time National African American champion. (AP Photo/Harold P. Matosian)
From left, World Golf Hall of Fame inductees Tom Kite, Marlene Stewart Streit, Charlie Sifford and Isao Aoki watch a fireworks display after their induction ceremony at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla. Monday, Nov. 15, 2004. (AP Photo/Oscar Sosa)

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First ceremonial swing strikes flag stick, hole #1, the The First Tee of Cleveland, 2006.