Michael Alexander looks back on 35 consecutive years of Alfred Dunhill golf events in St Andrews.
MARSHAL LAW: Keeping order at St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns during the Alfred Dunhill Links golf
Michael Alexander speaks to 2019 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship chief marshal Paul McGlynn about what it takes to keep order on the course.
Band of brothers: Meet the traumatised former soldiers aiming to bag new careers as caddies in St Andrews
Michael Alexander meets ex-servicemen who are overcoming the trauma of war on a unique caddie school course at the Home of Golf St Andrews
Legendary St Andrews caddie’s links with Arnold Palmer and Tony Lema celebrated by golf shop during Senior Open
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.
Michael Alexander meets the caddie manager and some of the caddies who work at St Andrews - the Home of Golf.
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.
The list of golf’s world-class links courses is about to expand.
St Andrews headstone will finally mark the last resting place of three times Open Champion Jamie Anderson
He was the 19th century professional golfer from St Andrews who won the Open Championship three times yet died destitute in the Thornton Poorhouse before being buried in an unmarked St Andrews grave.
Tommy’s Honour: Charity golfers play St Andrews and three other courses in one day to help inspire youngsters
A charity which uses the legacy of 19th century Scottish golfing pioneers Old Tom Morris, Young Tom Morris and Willie Park to educate, empower and inspire children has thanked the custodians of four iconic golf courses for hosting a challenge which saw all the courses played on the same day.
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.