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Tom Morris of St Andrews
The Colossus of Golf 1821 – 1908
by David Malcolm, Peter E. Crabtree
- Release date: May 1, 2010
- Publisher: Birlinn Ltd
- Author: David Malcolm, Peter E. Crabtree
- Format: hardcover, 322 pages
- Language: english
- ISBN: 9781841588186 (1841588180)
About The Book
Born in a humble weaver’s cottage in St Andrew in 1821, by the time of his death in 1908, Tom Morris had become a figure of international renown. When he was buried with all the pomp and ceremony befitting an eminent Victorian, newspapers around the world reported his funeral, followed by his internment below the effigy of his son, Tommy, amidst the ruins of St Andrews Cathedral. In the course of his long life, he witnessed huge social and scientific changes in the world, none more so than in the game of golf that he had, in many respects, overseen and directed. By the time of his death, the game had expanded to become the most popular and geographically widespread of all sports and the essential recreational pursuit of gentlemen. Tom Morris was a sporting hero in an age of heroes, as well as golf’s first iconic figure.
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