SI Vault
 
This Old Course
JOHN GARRITY
February 21, 2011
More than two decades ago, the author rediscovered a long-abandoned gem designed by Old Tom Morris on a wild, remote Scottish island. Today, with an assist from American friends, Old Tom's Ghost Course is coming back to life. This is the first of a five-part series chronicling its resurrection
Decrease font Decrease font
Enlarge font Enlarge font
February 21, 2011

This Old Course

More than two decades ago, the author rediscovered a long-abandoned gem designed by Old Tom Morris on a wild, remote Scottish island. Today, with an assist from American friends, Old Tom's Ghost Course is coming back to life. This is the first of a five-part series chronicling its resurrection

View CoverRead All Articles
1 2 3 4

It's doubtful that Old Tom is spinning in his grave.

In the next installment of This Old Course we'll meet chairman Ralph Thompson, the self-described "liar-in-chief" of the Askernish Golf Club. We'll also watch with bated breath as Iverson lowers the boom on the 7th green.

Now on GOLF.com

For insights and opinions from SI Golf Group writers, go to GOLF.com/confidential

1 2 3 4