A recently-launched book that gives fresh insight into the history of the game at the Home of Golf has won St Andrews author Roger McStravick a top American literary prize.
The Old Course, St Andrews is to host the Senior Open Championship for the first time.
Vietnam veteran’s St Andrews legacy – ‘Trust me, I’m never going to be in the hall of fame for golf!’
In an exclusive interview, a double amputee Vietnam War veteran, who was this week inducted into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame, tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER how special golfing trips to St Andrews have the potential to save wounded soldiers’ lives.
Helicopters circled noisily, Donald Trump mingled in a red cap that looked like it had been bought on the beach at Ayr and a man played “Flower of Scotland” on the tuba on the hotel steps.
Sir Nick Faldo once described Fanny Sunesson as “the 15th club in my bag”.
Anyone hoping to bag a last-minute deal for accommodation during this year’s Open will need deep pockets and a willingness to travel.
The last time Thorbjorn Olesen played a strokeplay event in Scotland he was crestfallen, after slumping from leading the Scottish Open on day one to missing the cut 24 hours later.
Fife golfer Jamie McLeary had to pull out of the Hero Indian Open due to illness.
Tom Watson wouldn’t change much about his Open Championship farewell on the Swilcan Bridge last summer, but the five-times champion is relishing returning to St Andrews in 2018.
John Paterson, schooled in golf at least in the home of the game, stands in the way of Michael Lawrie this morning at the Scottish Boys Championship at Murcar Links.