Over the last two decades, few sports have changed their racial makeup as drastically as golf. From Tiger Woods' dominance in the 2000s, to the emerging star power of names like K.J. Choi, Vijay Singh, and Jhonattan Vegas—the game done changed. 

But while we would love to say that discrimination no longer exists, this would be far from the truth. From golfers being banned from tournament participation to snide bigoted remarks made by players and analysts, golf has some deep-rooted racism that continues to rear its ugly head on occasion. With the 2011 US Open kicking off tomorrow, we take a look at the progress made and the struggles that still exist today in The Most Racist Moments in Golf History...

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