The Great Triumvirate of golf...who were they? Imagine, the year is 1906, the start of a new century. The place is St. Andrews, Scotland. In a land caressed by time you are there to witness a golf match between three titans of the game. It was the birth of the modern era of golf. Their victories and misfortunes of the past had brought them to this point. Three men: one of them is the "consummate ambassador." Another is the "true professional," and the third one is a "man of character."
The Old Course, the terrain that has defined greatness in the game and in the player, will test their souls. The mystery of this game and of this course is for each generation to experience the challenge for itself. The history of this game is the vital link to the preservation of the sport. Vardon, Taylor and Braid, who would be the master on that day in September 1906, but most importantly, what would be their legacy?