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Educate - Empower - Inspire Tommy's Honour Education Trust Integrity Perseverance Resilience Respect Confidence Honesty INSPIRE EDUCATE MOTIVATE SUCCEED Life Skills For Our Children Tommy's Honour Education Trust


A Scottish Registered Charity established in 2018.

Our aim is to enhance the education of young children using our Life Skill Programmes.

Our unique approach combines interactive learning exercises using Scottish Golfing Pioneers – Old Tom Morris, Young Tommy Morris and Willie Park – as prime examples of how they battled and fought against adversity to triumph and succeed in their life to become Golfing legends.

Our Life Skills Programme complements the Curriculum for Excellence in Schools.

About the Charity

As a registered Scottish Charity our aim is to honour the legacy of the life skills our Scottish golfing pioneers displayed in creating their enduring legacy to Educate, Empower and to Inspire all children to achieve higher aspirations in life.

Education Programmes

Our one day fun, life skill programmes for children – primarily between the ages of 9-13 years of age, fully integrated with the Curriculum for Excellence in schools.

Golf Programmes

Golf Programmes

Golf Clubs can use our unique Education initiative to either promote their club, to attract more children into the game of golf, or provide a unique, fun experience for the junior members.

Old Tom Morris

Old Tom Morris hit the first tee shot in the first ever Open Championship played at Prestwick on 17th October 1860.

Young Tommy Morris

Young Tommy played in his first Open Championship in 1865 at just 14 years of age. He arrived at Prestwick three years later alongside his father – Old Tom Morris, and won his first Open Championship with a record score of 154 strokes.

Willie Park

Willie’s greatest rival was Old Tom Morris of St Andrews. They played countless matches together over thirty years. Both men won the Open Championship four times each, and grew to respect each other.

Tommy's Honour - The Movie

The Film is based on the intimate and powerfully moving true story of the challenging relationship between “Old” Tom Morris (BAFTA winner Peter Mullan) and “Young” Tommy Morris (Jack Lowden, DUNKIRK, ’71, DENIAL), the dynamic father-son team who ushered in the modern game of golf.


“..the junior development programme..Learn from the Legacy has been brilliant”

Greenburn Golf Club 2015

How You Can Help

As a registered charity in Scotland, we are always very grateful for donations, endorsements and sponsorships in whatever form they take and from any source.