Golf in Scotland

St Andrews, Muirfield, Troon, Turnberry, Carnoustie. Mention those names to a golfer anywhere in the world and they'll know exactly what you're referring to. The game of golf has conquered the globe but its home is here in Scotland on the traditional links courses where it started. Nowhere else are the crowds so knowledgeable about the game - perhaps because despite the money that has flowed into the game in recent decades it remains a game that the common man can play, with municipal courses in most areas of the country. Here are books on the courses, the history, and the great tournaments that have taken place here.

Book cover for Duel in the Sun Duel in the Sun

Michael Corcoran

Probably the finest battle yet seen in championship golf, between two of its best loved and most sporting players.

Book cover for Preferred Lies Preferred Lies

Andrew Greig

Scotland's Golf Courses

Robert Price

Covers more than 500 courses.

Book cover for St Andrews St Andrews

Henry Lord

Known worldwide for its university but even more for the game of golf.

The Scottish Golf Book

Malcolm Campbell

Book cover for Tommy's Honour Tommy's Honour

Kevin Cook

The triumphs and tragedy of Old and Young Tom Morris, who set golf, and the Open Championship, towards international success.

Where Golf is Great

James W. Finegan

Book cover for Willie Park Junior Willie Park Junior

Walter Stephen


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