Charlie Sifford and Teddy Rhodes
Sticks for clubs and stones for balls. Playing golf in hidden fields or in the streets of the cities. Competing against each other with a healthy rivalry in the ghettos of the Towns held them all together. The African American golfers had to be creative and strong. Apartheid and the restrictions of segregation held any man of African descent in a physical and mental cage. For those who dreamed and played golf, there was a way out. But each and every one of them would have to fight for those few who would eventually make it.
Fortunately for the golfing world, a small group of players held onto their dreams - until one finally broke through
Charlie swing study and "Charlie`s golden ticket."
This film shows an image from Golf legacy (Teddy Rhodes in finish pose)