Welcome to BLM Golf !
Black Lives Matter Golf grew to 120 participants in 2021 at Grandview Golf and Country Club located in the historical Black community of East Preston , Nova Scotia.
In a spam of 3yrs BLMG has achieved recognition in both local and National media, and was awarded Community Sport Organiztion of the year 2021/22 by The Provincial Sport Organization Support 4 Sport
The Ladies Tee Program
The women’s clinic has been officially added as the fourth BLMG initiative.
Up Coming Events!
The ladies Tee Next Program will be held at the Grandview Golf and Country Club on July 23 & 24 /2022
Black Lives Matter Golf 3rd Annual Invitational Tournament at Grandview Golf and Country Club
Aug 20 2022
Our Mission Statement is:
will bring awareness about anti-Black racism in society as well as the game of golf.
will break down economic and social barriers to create a more inclusive golf environment for Black, Indigenous and people of colour (BIPOC).
will create a junior program designed to welcome underprivileged youth as well as other new golfers into the game golf.
is a not-for-profit association open to men and women of all ages.
will partner with other socially conscious organizations who are also interested in issues of anti-Black racism and oppression towards BIPOC.
will collaborate with Grandview, Nova Scotia Golf Association (NSGA) and Golf Canada to create a more inclusive game of golf in Canada.
will raise funds to support the annual BLMG Scholarship Fund for BIPOC youth.
What we Offer…
Black Lives Matter Golf presents the BLMG Youth Scholarship Award every year to assist and celebrate youth in Nova Scotia who identify as Black, Indigenous, or People of Colour who are pursuing a higher education.
Junior Mentorship Program
We’ve launched a free grassroots Junior Mentorship Program (JMP) for Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) ages 12 to 17 in Nova Scotia,
Events include golf instruction in all areas of the game from basic fundamentals to etiquette, and sportsmanship, along with age-appropriate discussions on the issue of racial discrimination.
Awards & Recogniton
Support 4 Sports Award “Finalist”
The Provoincial Sport Organization Awards winners as nominated by the indivdual Provincial Sport Organization who are Sport Nova Scotia members.
What People are Saying
I have been a basketball official just as long as I've been golfing. As one of a handful of black female officials I'm hoping to inspire other black women to join me.
I am a 13-year-old grade 8 French emersion student . I started playing soccer & basketball at a very young age, now have an interest in golf, so I am really looking forward to participating in BLMG Junior Program, and playing in the 2021 BLMG Tournament in my home community of East Preston.
"I want to commend Duan and Channing for teaming up with Grandview to host this tournament in support of the BLM initiative. It was great experience to be teamed up with an experienced golf mentor. The time spent sharing positive stories about our Black NS communities was invaluable".
"Going into the tournament I was excited, but nervous. My first time being in a golf tournament of any kind, and I couldn't have asked for it to be with a better group of men. I always thought golf was kind of a boring sport. Now I have much more appreciation for the pros, and I'm looking forward to improving my game for next year!"