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Golf Monthly

Golf Monthly

March 2020

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Golf Monthly is the market-leading magazine brand in the UK in a sport that continues to grow and grow. Golf Monthly is a lively and welcoming brand targeted at good golfers who are regular players - and keen to get even better. With over 100 years of heritage and authority behind it, it represents the real 'voice of golf' with leading columnists, top players and unrivalled coverage of equipment and instruction. The Golf Monthly brand also has a strong and growing presence in digital publishing, with a popular website delivering over 1 million page impressions each month, and a strong following on the key social media platforms.

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2 min.
brighter days are coming

As I sit here in mid-January typing this welcome, the rain is hammering away at the window and an email from the club has just landed to say the golf course remains waterlogged and is once again not open for play. Judging from posts on social media and the Golf Monthly forum, the ‘course closed’ signs have been going up rather a lot this winter. Talking to a number of course managers and hearing the rainfall figures, it’s perhaps surprising there weren’t more days where golf wasn’t possible. One links course in the south-east had a total of 400mm of rain in the first nine months of 2019… and then almost exactly the same again in the final three. Truly biblical stuff. From a personal perspective, I found that wet end to…

1 min.
golf monthly

EDITORIAL Editor: Michael Harris Digital editor: Neil Tappin Senior content editor: Tom Clarke Technical editor: Joel Tadman Content editors: Nick Bonfield, David Taylor Editor-at-large: Bill Elliott Design director: Kevin Eason Design editor: Jamie Latchford Deputy design editor: Dan Franklin Picture researcher: Duncan Bond Digital writer: Elliott Heath Contributing editors: Fergus Bisset, Jeremy Ellwood, Rob Smith, Michael Weston Contributing writers: Roderick Easdale, Sam Tremlett Playing editor: Matthew Southgate Staff photographers: Tom Miles, Kevin Murray Contributors: Getty Images, Wayne Riley, Paul Severn, Kenny Smith, Robin Barwick, James Mason ADVERTISING Head of sport: Matthew Johnston matthew.johnston@ti-media.com Senior account manager: Sarah Cusition sarah.cusition@ti-media.com Senior media advisor: Freddie Smith freddie.smith@ti-media.com Advertisement production: Andrew Buckett MARKETING Marketing manager: Victor Alway Production manager: Nigel Davies PUBLISHING Group managing director: Adrian Hughes Managing director: Kirsty Setchell…

1 min.
letter of the month

With the recent passing of golf course architect Pete Dye at the age of 94, it struck me how designers in the game of golf are underappreciated for the job they do. They create the canvasses for us to play on and yet all too often their names are relegated to obscurity. Dye, of course, was one of the exceptions to this common trend, thanks to several incredible designs that have hosted some of the biggest events in the game. Kiawah Island, Harbour Town and TPC Sawgrass often frequent our television screens and usually create mesmeric entertainment. Indeed, it is fitting that the Ryder Cup in 2020 will head to another of his famous designs, Whistling Straits in Wisconsin. I can only hope the powers that be acknowledge the genius of his…

4 min.
your view

For young and old While we are all focused on how to speed up play and attract young players to the game, we should also be mindful of the positive impact the game has on the older generation. Our seniors’ section at the Wychwood Golf Club in West Oxfordshire is large and thriving. We have many in their 70s and 80s who relish regular competition and we recently celebrated the 90th birthday of one of our most enthusiastic golfers. We raise money for good causes and invest heavily in our excellent pro and his team. Golf remains a very popular and healthy pursuit for many of advancing seniority. Let’s celebrate its longevity! Peter Hilling, via email Standing the test of time While cleaning my golf shoes the other day, it occurred to me that I…

1 min.
our view

Both the European and PGA Tours have announced new tougher measures to combat slow play this season, so will we see a real difference in 2020? The subject has been causing headlines for years, but seemed to come to a head last season when Bryson DeChambeau was recorded taking over two minutes to line up an eight-foot putt. This looks to have jolted both tours into action, with the European Tour vowing to rigorously enforce its new timing guidelines – 50 seconds if first to play and 40 seconds for the next players in the group – with an immediate one-shot penalty for players recording two ‘bad times’ during a tournament. But haven’t we been here before? Both tours have had the power to dock shots up until now, but this has…

1 min.
branden grace

Branden Grace started the final round of the South African Open four shots behind compatriot Louis Oosthuizen, but propelled himself to the top of the leaderboard with a sublime closing 62 to register his first worldwide victory since the 2017 Nedbank Golf Challenge. Grace started 2019 as world number 49, but fell to 130th after November’s visit to Sun City. He’ll look to build on his first victory for 26 months and force his way back into the world’s top 50 ahead of the first Major of the season. BY THE NUMBERS 62 Grace shot a final-round 62 in South Africa. He had eight birdies and an eagle 73 His world ranking following his first win in his national open 10 Number of victories since the start of 2012 across the PGA and European…