Trevor Williamson. Ambassador and Keeper of the Carnoustie Way.

Golfing History Unearthed: The Carnoustie 300 and the Birth of American Golf." Join Trevor Williamson, the esteemed Ambassador and Keeper of the Carnoustie Way, and the grandson of the legendary Robert Simpson, as he leads us through his family's remarkable heritage and the profound impact of the Simpson family on the world of golf.

Robert Simpson (20 February 1862 – 1 May 1923) was a renowned Scottish professional golfer, golf course architect, and club maker of the early 20th century. He played a pivotal role in the history of golf. His legacy includes The Simpsons Golf Shop, established in 1883 at Carnoustie Golf Links in Scotland, now the second oldest golf shop globally. He is celebrated as one of the greatest club makers in golf history. Simpson had five brothers, all accomplished golfers. His brother Jack won the 1884 Open Championship, and Archie, who migrated to the United States, boasted eight top-10 finishes in the Open Championship.

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