The forgotten stars of SA golf
A new book celebrates the forgotten stars of SA golf – maligned and discriminated against for their colour. Luke Alfred took a look
A chance encounter on a Durban golf course in 1957 launched one of the most remarkable stories in the history of local sport. Playing at the Beachwood GC that workaday afternoon was a local businessman, Graham Wulff, partnered by three others in a fourball.
One of his fellow golfers was David Andrews, who sought a pointer from his caddy when he fell badly short in the approach to the green on the fifth.