Charles Sifford didn't set out to make history, he just wanted to play the sport he loved. But that meant overcoming many obstacles.
"They called him at his hotel room and told him if he showed up the second day, they would shoot him at the golf course," says Sifford's son, Charles Jr.
Sifford Jr. remembers the stories his father told him as a young boy.
He started out as a caddy at a North Carolina country club.