The York County Black Golfers Association (YCBGA) dates back to 1996 when 4 York city residents began an annual September pilgrimage to Myrtle Beach, SC for a week of golf and good fellowship. Since then, the group has grown to over 40 members across Central Pennsylvania and other parts of the United States, and in 2005 with the passing of our first bylaws, became the York County Black Golfers Association.
Members of the YCBGA are African-American professional men who are York City and York County residents. Our ranks include city workers, firefighters, a retired York city police chief, business executives, a TV news anchor, a Harley Davidson supervisor, a Graham engineer, an AME pastor, stockbroker, federal worker, realtor, retired banker, school teacher, contractor, county corrections officer, and retired army officer.
We are proud to say that we received our 501c3 designation in early 2008. Our principal working address is in the city of York and we expect our activities to have their greatest impact on minority youth in York City. To date, the YCBGA has four major events--the YCBGA Memorial Tournament being held at The Links of Gettysburg on July 24th 2010, our YCBGA Youth Golf Mentoring Program, the YCBGA Scholarship Program, and a Winter Gala held at the York fairgrounds banquet center, which serves as our annual awards dinner.
2016 YCBGA Members
Andre Anderson Darryl Maxfield David Jefferson Warren Hart
Ricky Reynolds Leroy "Bucky" Moore Tony Spells Leon Brison
Mike Mitchell James Crosby Harold Myers Frank Spells
Charlie Delauder Lydell Nunn Gary Stackfield Chuck Delp
Stoney Palmer James Stewart Zane Dow Charlie Patterson
Gary Townsend Robert Duckett Mike Prisby Jack Weedon
Tony Edwards Calvin Randall Earl Johnson Marty Anderson
Reggie Roper Terry Jones Wattie Sanders Steve Roland
Darryl King Jim Wilson Scott Anthony Leroy Mack
Charles Smith Ed Austin Ron Martin Tommy Smith
Jarrett Barnett Jeff Bailey Jerome Anderson
2016 - 2018 YCBGA Board
President Harold Myers
Vice President Jarrett Barnett
Treasurer Jeff Bailey
Secretary Jerome Anderson
Statistician Tony Edwards
Sgt. of Arms Steve Roland