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Golf Australia Express : October 2013 - United Colours of Golf
DARK CHARLIE SIFFORD DAYS T HERE WAS A TIME BEFORE TIGER WOODS. A LONG, LONG TIME. It’s hard now to imagine a world in which some of the most supremely gifted exponents of the game were denied the chance to contribute to the theatre of it. Mired in an inequality that ensured the world never saw most of what they’ve had to offer, African-American golfers have endured a mostly oppressed existence in a game they’ve forever yearned to belong. It was not so long ago that golf was obsessed with colour for all the wrong reasons. The PGA Tour's 'Caucasian Only' policy marked the blackest period in its history, writes Adrian Ballantyne.