Arn Durand was born in Chloorkop near Kempton Park in 1961 and grew up in Durban. In 1982 he became a member of the notorious Special Ops K ('Koevoet') at Oshakati in northern Namibia. During the six years that he served, he engaged in 127 contacts with the enemy, SWAPO, and saw over 300 enemy die. He was ambushed many times and survived three anti-tank mine explosions. Today he works as a tour guide. Zulu Zulu Golf is his first book, but he is already working on the sequel.
'Zulu Zulu Golf has the voice of reality, spoken from the heart, and is utterly gripping. Have a bandana ready to wipe the sweat from your hands as you read it.' - Jim Hooper, author of Koevoet!