THE streets of Peebles were transported back in time yesterday with the arrival of the cast and crew of Tommy’s Honour, a movie about the life of 19th century golf legend Tom Morris.

The feature film is directed by the Jason Connery, son of screen icon Sean, who bonded as father and son on golf courses.

Not coincidentally, Tommy’s Honour centres around a father and son relationship – as Scottish actor Jack Lowden plays the son of Tom Morris, as portrayed by Peter Mullan, the man who set up, and went on to win, The Open.

Tom, Jnr matched his father’s achievement with four Open wins (the first at the age of 17) – managing the feat in consecutive championships.