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The mecca of golf: St Andrews, Scotland

Butler, R. (2001) The mecca of golf: St Andrews, Scotland. In: Sport Tourism Development. Aspects of Tourism . Channel View. ISBN 1873150628

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Abstract

Sport and tourism are global social and economic phenomena that increasingly demonstrate a convergence of business, planning and management interests. The unique qualities of sport as a tourist attraction are presented and discussed theoretically. This chapter focuses on what is often called the mecca of golf: St Andrews, Scotland.