Michael Alexander meets the caddie manager and some of the caddies who work at St Andrews - the Home of Golf.
People power played a prominent role in the Angus year.
The glitz and glamour of The Open Championship arrived in Carnoustie in July, shining the spotlight on Courier country.
The Open golf tournament at Carnoustie boosted the Scottish economy by £120 million this year.
A golf-mad boy was left “speechless” after the Open Championship trophy was put in his room for a surprise after school.
A young Dundee golf super fan has been surprised with the Claret Jug in his bedroom.
Staggering increases at Courier Country golf clubs as Open fever gives Tayside and Fife welcome shot in the arm
The Open in Carnoustie prompted an upsurge in business at golf courses across Tayside and Fife.
The successful policing of three major events, which brought almost 200,000 visitors to Angus over the summer months, has been welcomed by Angus councillors.
Advanced arthritis won’t stop the last original Tain Stotter teeing up a special anniversary trip on Friday.
Sir, – Martin Redfern (“What about education?” Letters, July 23) is happy that higher paid military personnel in Scotland, who now pay more income tax than their English-based comrades, are to be “compensated” by the Ministry of Defence.