Gary Player: Death wish, divine gift, the Big Three, 10th Major and Mandela
A journey through the life of one of the greatest golfers of all time, Gary Player. The nine-time major champion on why he wished himself dead as an 8-year-old boy, how adversity made him into a champion and why he believes his success was a divine gift. The physical and verbal abuse he endured for being the highest profile South African sportsman in the era of apartheid and his relationship with Nelson Mandela. His fears for the sport, covering topics from appearance fees to slow play. His relationships with Hogan, Seve, Palmer and Nicklaus, why he thinks he could have helped Rory McIlroy win the Masters and not forgetting the rounds that shaped his career.