Legendary St Andrews born and bred golf caddie James “Tip” Anderson, who helped American stars Arnold Palmer and Tony Lema to win three Open Championships between them, is being remembered by one of the town’s golf shops during the staging of the Senior Open this week.
Film star turned director and presenter Jason Connery hopes that a new television series pilot he is co-presenting will make “golfing widows” realise there’s more to St Andrews than just golf.
Scotland may be the “home of golf”, yet that’s not stopping the sport from losing golf club members at a worrying rate.
Michael Alexander reports.
It might miss the famous skyline of St Andrews - but Carnoustie links wins hands-down when it comes to the “phenomenon, disaster, brilliance and tragedy” of golf.
The award-winning American film team who made the golf movie Tommy’s Honour in and around St Andrews last year are returning to the Home of Golf for their latest project.
With just over a month until the Open Championship returns to Carnoustie, thoughts inevitably return to some of the golfing folklore that surrounds the course.
St Andrews golf historian Roger McStravick tells
Michael Alexander why he was moved to finally honour 19th century Open Champion Jamie Anderson with a gravestone.
Michael Alexander goes behind the scenes of The Golf Explorers - a ‘hip lifestyle’ US-led travel show being filmed in the St Andrews area.