Much has been made of golf’s growth in emerging countries. We hear about courses and resorts being built in far-off corners of the world, and a look at the leaderboards of professional events reveals flags of more and more nations every year. What we don’t see or hear much of are the different stories of those suddenly exposed to the game, some of whom are coming from surprising places. ESPN’s documentary series E:30 ran an amazing story about a caddy at Bombay Presidency Golf Club in Mumbai, who came out of that city’s slums—where an unusual form of urban golf is played—to qualify for India’s developmental tour. Watch this video and you may never look at your own game the same way again.