Tom Morris of St Andrews - The Colossus of Golf - 1821-1908 by David Malcolm and Peter E. Crabtree

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Tom Morris of St Andrews - The Colossus of Golf - 1821-1908 by David Malcolm and Peter E. Crabtree

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Winner of USGA HWW Book Award and BGCS Murdoch Medal

St Andrews Limed Edition

- 380 pages

- 325 illustrations

- exclusive linen hard back cover

- page size is 235 x 290mm

"Every 10 or 15 years, a book comes along that is truly a seminal contribution to the history of the game. This is one of those books."

"...an in-depeth look at the life of Tom Morris and the influence he had on golf in St Andrews and the popularisation of the game throughout the UK and around the world. The book's greatest contribution to golf literature is as an unparalleled source of original photos, artwork and primary documents from Morris' life, the town of St Andrews, and the development of golf in the 19th century."

Rand Jerris, Director of the USGA Museum and Arnold Palmer Centre for Golf History.