Old Tom Morris grew up a stone's throw away from golf's ancestral home at St. Andrews. After winning the Open Championship three times he became head of the Royal & Ancient, the governing body of golf. His son, Young Tom, was a golfing genius who at 17 became the youngest player--to this day--to win the Open Championship. Young Tom won the Open four times in a row--an unprecedented achievement--and together father and son stood as both founding figures in the world of golf and national celebrities. The sudden and unexpected deaths of Young Tom's wife and unborn child, however, eventually lead to his tragic death at age 24, leaving Old Tom to mourn for another two decades. This is the inspiring and heart-wrenching story of the father-son team who together formed a record-breaking golfing dynasty.