Kevin Hall, a Deaf professional golfer from Cincinnati, was featured in CBS Sports’ Masters video
Kevin Hall, a Black Deaf professional golfer from Cincinnati, was featured in the opening Masters video that is shared by CBS Sports. The Masters is one of the four major golf tournaments. Reactions to the feature of Kevin Hall are included in this article.
For Kevin Hall, the silence of this year’s Masters is nothing out of the ordinary.
For everyone, the moments and magic of Augusta will remain extraordinary. pic.twitter.com/Zoyu911TDw
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 14, 2020
Deaf since childhood, Kevin Hall fell in love with golf when held the golf club at the age of 9. Kevin Hall dreams to compete in The Masters Tournament and PGA Championship (another major golf tournament).
I really enjoyed the honor of opening the @TheMasters yesterday. It was a joy to work with @GOLFonCBS @CBSSports to get this together. It is an experience I will never forget. Thanks to everyone who tweeted the love and support!! I really appreciate it! 👊🏾🤙🏾
— Kevin Hall (@KevinMHallOSU) November 15, 2020
In this article, Kevin Hall shares more about his story. Follow him on social media if you’d love to know his journey! This is his Facebook, and this is his Twitter. Psst, did you know?! There is a World Deaf Golf Federation and United States Deaf Golf Association!
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