Memoirs Of The Legendary Iron Man Of Saint Andrews
Old Tom Morris' great great grandson, Melvyn Hunter Morrow said; "'Memoirs Of The Legendary Iron Man Of St. Andrews' illuminates the darkness of the early days of life of a Saint Andrews golf'n family, and presents a rare opportunity to follow and understand the lives behind the development of the modern game of golf including the life of my great, great grandfather, Old Tom Morris. This wonderous book can be enjoyed by golfers and non-golfers alike, I especially like Chapter 10, the chapter about Putter & Haggis. The Iron Man's memoirs are a must-read for all."
Available in paperback - All 93,000 Words - Now Available on Kindle
A revealing look into the real history of 1800s Saint Andrews Scotland and its golfers, the 93000-word memoirs entail a hauntingly in-depth account of the Iron Man's 89 well-spent years of life and golf within the enchanted royal burgh of his birth, beginning mid-June of 1827, when at age six, he and his six year-old best chum, wee Tom Morris met "The Wizard of the North," Sir Walter Scott beneath St. Rules Tower in the graveyard amongst the ruins of St. Andrews Cathedral.