- Thomson, Peter
The book is more of a diary of the authors travels to inland courses in Scotland and England than anything else. The Isle of Arran is singled out for special consideration.
There more than 300 photographs supporting the text and descriptions of the characteristics of the course and a few standout holes.
If your grandad went on a golfing holiday and wrote a book about it, this would be it.
There is very little for the ardent, architecturally inclined.
Read if . . .
You want a first-hand account of one man's visit to 70 inland courses in Scotland and England.