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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.
The 140-year history of Ladybank Golf Club is explored in a new book – and it’s teed up more than a few surprises. Michael Alexander found out more.
American film producer to tell story of ‘forgotten’ 19th century St Andrews golf legend Jamie Anderson
The American producer of the recently released movie Tommy’s Honour which told the story of legendary St Andrews golfer Tommy Morris has welcomed news that another 19th century golfing legend – and contemporary of Morris – is finally getting recognition.
The list of golf’s world-class links courses is about to expand.
450 years after the abdication of Mary Queen of Scots, a new book by St Andrews-based author Roger McStravick controversially suggests her famous links with golf may have been 'fake news'. Michael Alexander reports.
Film, TV and sports stars flocked to The Home of Golf in an effort to squeeze in a practice game ahead of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship this week.
Amateur golfers have the chance of a lifetime to play alongside celebrities and leading professionals in October's prestigious Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Michael Alexander follows in the footsteps of some of St Andrews’ most famous golfing sons as ‘Tommy’s Honour’ gets its world premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
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.