'' I had the great pleasure of spending two afternoons with Andy Campbell while visiting St. Andrews in the Fall of 2014. We toured the town and walked the Old Course including a memorable visit to Old Tom's grave and learning about the history of St. Andrews as well as many iconic golfing landmarks such as the `Swilken Bridge', the famous Jigger Inn, the Road Hole Bunker, the Valley of Sin and the view from the St Andrews Golf Club of the 1st and 18th fairways.
I cannot imagine a more knowledgeable and congenial tour guide and anybody lucky enough to visit the most famous links in the world of golf should definitely contact Andy to learn so much more about the town.''
Joan and John Vissers, Canada
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''I have known Andy Campbell for close on twenty years, having worked with him to mentor and train young greenkeepers from around the world both in Scotland and in America. He was instrumental in sending young people from Scotland to America for further hands on training with some of the best golf courses in America, and likewise in helping young Americans get some excellent training in Scotland on some of the classic courses. ''
Mike O'Keefe, Program Director- Ohio State University Turf Management Intern Program
"I have had the great pleasure of not one but two golf trips to St Andrews organised by Andy Campbell. On both occasions we were a party of 8 men and the accommodation he organised was central and of the highest quality at a very reasonable price considering this is the home of golf. We played fantastic courses such as Crail, The Kittocks, The Dukes, The New Course and Ladybank. All courses were in superb condition and it was a real pleasure to be there.
Last but certainly not least, Andy organised a variety of restaurants for our evening meals. Every one was just right for the occasion and no doubt we will be making the trip back North in the not too distant future.
Andy is the perfect host and knows St Andrews inside out."
Past Captain Carden Park.