St Andrews in the Footsteps of Old Tom Morris

By Roger McStravick

What was it like to live in St Andrews in the late 19th century and early 20th century when the legendary Old Tom Morris was there?

What was the town like then? Who were Tom's contemporaries that helped mould the town into what it has become? Where did these entrepreneurs, golfers and friends stay? How did artisan towns folk and caddies make a living?

These and many other questions are answered in this magnificently written and splendidly illustrated, 290-page book that features over 350 photographs, many never previously published.

Choose from two editions that have been exquisitely designed by award winning Chic Harper – the leather-bound '79 Edition' (79 being Old Tom's lowest score around The Old Course at St Andrews) and The Collectors' Edition, a Wibalin-bound edition of 250 books.