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Golf Monthly

July 2019

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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13 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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the game that keeps on giving

michael.harris@ti-media.com(Photography: Getty Images) Anyone who has played golf will know its benefits are many and varied. There’s the physical exercise, the competitive challenge of pitting your skills against the course and fellow players and the social and mental wellbeing the game offers by helping to forge new friendships and cement old ones. To that list you can now add mental toughness and resilience, according to recent research from the Golf Foundation – the organisation that works tirelessly to give children and young people the chance to experience golf. The research project was conducted around a special ten-week coaching programme for ten- to 16-year-olds that taught techniques such as breathing and visualisation alongside traditional golf skills. At the end of the programme, those youngsters who took part showed a statistically significant…

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golf monthly

EDITORIAL Editor: Michael HarrisDigital editor: Neil TappinSenior content editor: Tom ClarkeTechnical editor: Joel TadmanContent editors: Nick Bonfield, David TaylorEditor-at-large: Bill ElliottDesign director: Kevin EasonDesign editor: Jamie LatchfordDeputy design editor: Dan FranklinPicture researcher: Duncan BondDigital writer: Elliott HeathContributing editors: Fergus Bisset, Jeremy Ellwood, Rob SmithContributing writers: Roderick Easdale, Michael WestonPlaying editor: Matthew SouthgateStaff photographers: Tom Miles, Kevin MurrayContributors: Getty Images, Wayne Riley, Paul Severn, Sam Tremlett, Kenny Smith, Robin Barwick, James Mason ADVERTISING Head of sport: Matthew Johnston matthew.johnston@ti-media.com Senior media advisor: Chris O’Hagan chris.ohagan@ti-media.com Senior media advisor: Freddie Smith freddie.smith@ti-media.com Spain advertising: Spectra Media S L (tel: 0034 913199015; email: mariamaisey@ spectramedia.es) Advertisement production: Andrew Buckett MARKETING Head of marketing: Samantha Blakey Production manager: Nigel Davies PUBLISHING Group managing director: Andrea Davies MD sports & photo: Gareth Beesley Editor-in-chief…

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letter of the month

Reading Fergus Bisset's article on the 100 greatest things in golf [June issue], one element resonated with me: playing with your father or mother.My father was, in his prime, a single-figure player and had a display cabinet filled with his club trophies. One, however, always stood out to me: the Father & Son he won with my grandfather. When I took up the game we used to play in it every year, but as I was, and still am, a high-handicapper and he was well past his prime, we never threatened the leaderboard. To me, however, that was not the point. Those rounds, along with others I played with him, are now some of the fondest and dearest memories I have of him. Now he is no longer with…

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your view

The stars are out I was looking forward to tuning in to the British Masters at Hillside as it’s a course I know well and we don’t often get to see the big names play in England these days. Unfortunately only a few bothered to make the trip and support the European Tour, with host Tommy Fleetwood and Tyrrell Hatton the only two 2018 Ryder Cuppers in the field.It sounds like Fleetwood pulled out all the stops to get this tournament on the schedule this year, so to see so many of his contemporaries shun it is disappointing. I understand it fell one week before the USPGA, but surely the modern pro is used to a bit of travelling between tournaments? What’s the betting we won’t be seeing…

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our view

With the USPGA moving to May this year, the European Tour saw a chance for a rejig of its own schedule. The thinking was there was no point in competing with the run of high-stakes events across the pond, and the tour should concentrate its big hitters from July onwards.(Photography: Getty Images)While the jury is still out on whether this late-season flourish will be a success, one effect has been a run of low-key events in Europe during Major season in the States. The six-month gap between the first two Rolex Series events – the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in January and the Irish Open in July – has seen some poor fields and opened the tour up to a certain amount of criticism.But is that fair? The European…

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tiger woods

On May 7, Donald Trump presented Tiger Woods with the Presidential Medal of Freedom – America’s highest civilian award. It is handed to people who have made an “especially meritorious contribution” in their respective fields. After receiving the medal, Woods tweeted: “I hope this inspires others to never give up on their dreams.” By the numBers 4 Golfers awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom 33 Number of sportsmen to have received the medal 683 Number of weeks Woods has spent as World No.1 $118,309,570 His career earnings on the PGA Tour. He sits first in the all-time list, ahead of fellow Major Champions Phil Mickelson, Vijay Singh, Jim Furyk and Dustin Johnson 1 Max Homa secured his first PGA Tour victory at the Wells Fargo Championship…

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