It has taken just a few years for Murcia, one of the most arid regions in Spain, to become the Capital of golf in Europe. For retired english men and women, Murcia represents a dream world, a place to practise their favourite sport in the sun, low cost. But for a lot of them, this dream can be far from reality. For hundreds of immigrants too, this region holds the door wide open to a new and better life. But behind the door, this reality is neither about a game. Nor about golf. Golf has become a big business. There are those who win and those who lose, just like at war.