Your personal audio guide to better driving and golfing in the East of Scotland.
...Then this recording is for you!
You can navigate the roads of the Kingdom of Fife and the birthplace of golf on the planet with ease! If you're planning to stay in St. Andrews, many additional delights await you.
Visit a couple of traditional tall masted ships of the British Navy. Or take in two palaces of the Royals. Or discover picturesque castles perched high above the North Sea coast.
Add in some shopping and a visit to a winery and everyone in your party will have plenty to see and do.
I am completely stymied by the lack of golfing information in this audio book. There's one quick reference to a Tourist Bureau to contact, and the rest of the audiobook is about driving and side trips. If you're looking for information about booking tee times, course etiquette and descriptions of the legendary courses in the area - this book will be a huge disappointment.
The driving tips are a redeeming factor in this book. While they are not exciting to listen to, they could mentally prepare you for a few obstacles that maps don't show (e.g. one lane toll-bridges that you need to have cash ready for).
Also, the information on side trips is laid out fairly well. If you have non-golfers with you or hit rainy weather, you may appreciate some of these. But if you're looking for any golf history or tips for getting on the courses of your dreams - this is not the book you're looking for.