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.
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.
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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.
St Andrews Links Trust is taking over the management of all commercial Old Course tee times.
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.
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Sir Steve Redgrave is no stranger to big sporting pressures.
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.