Written and abridged by Andrew Grieg.
Read by Simon Tait.
A growth on his brain put Scottish poet and novelist Andrew Grieg in a coma that nearly killed him.
But a 35-year-old memory of playing golf helped bring him back from the brink.
As part of his recovery he set out on a tour of Scottish golf courses.
Scottish poet and novelist Andrew Greig plays golf on Orkney with only the sheep and the voice of his dead father for company.
On Arran, Andrew Greig meets a golfer who has played the same course for 70 years.
Andrew Greig looks for his golfing heaven.
Andrew Greig reflects on the devil, sex and golf.