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Golf Monthly

January 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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one of the good guys

As a youngster, football, rather than golf, was my game. I wasn’t introduced to what I now consider to be the real ‘beautiful game’ until my mid-teens, and although golf rapidly made its way past basketball, rugby and cricket to second place in the pecking order, football still held sway for a long time. For a number of years, I harboured ambitions to play football for a living. However, when I stopped growing vertically and started to expand width-ways, I knew deep down I needed to adjust my career thinking. If I couldn’t play football for a living, I figured writing about it was the next best thing, and so I dipped my toe in the world of work as a football journalist. At first it was fun getting to meet and…

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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 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 Marketing manager: Victor Alway Production manager: Nigel Davies PUBLISHING Group managing director: Adrian Hughes Managing director: Kirsty Setchell…

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letter of the month

I read with interest your piece on Robert MacIntyre in the December issue. As a fellow Scot, I’ve followed his career closely ever since he burst on to the amateur scene in 2013, winning both the Scottish Youths Championship and the Scottish Boys Open Stroke-Play Championship. What strikes me is how grounded he seems and how easy going he looks on the course. There’s nothing flashy about him, but he’s clearly got the game to go far in the sport. We’ve not had anyone competing at the very highest level since the days of Monty and Bob could be the man to bring the glory days back to Scottish golf. Many will say that’s putting too much pressure on a young lad, but everything he’s done so far tells me he’d brush…

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our view

The news that the BBC has lost the rights to live coverage of the 2020 Masters means next year will be the first since 1955 that the broadcaster has not shown any live Major golf. We looked at the issue of free-to-air golf extensively in the November issue, but the latest news has reignited the debate. There will be many for whom watching The Masters on a Sunday night was the reason they fell in love with the game, but as our November article highlighted, 81 per cent of people polled were introduced to the sport by a family member or friend. Plus, the fact The Masters usually ends around midnight means many of the youngest fans will be tucked up in bed anyway. Nostalgia undoubtedly plays a part in many people’s…

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tommy fleetwood

Tommy Fleetwood saw off Marcus Kinhult on the first play-off hole to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge at the Gary Player Country Club and record his first European Tour victory since the 2018 Abu Dhabi Championship. Fleetwood admitted afterwards he didn’t think he had a chance of victory at the start of the day, but he fired a brilliant 65 en route to a fifth European Tour success and a return to the world’s top ten. BY THE NUMBERS $2.5m The winner’s cheque – the highest in European Tour history to date 3 He had three eagles during his final round 6 He started the final round six shots off the lead, but fired a closing 65 22 Months since Fleetwood’s previous European Tour victory in Abu Dhabi 62 Brendon Todd shot a final-round 62 to…

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“honestly, winning wasn’t on the agenda at the start of the day”

How does it feel to be back in the winners’ circle on the European Tour? It feels good. It’s emotional. It has been a long time coming. I’m not one to complain, but I really did want to win something. Winning is just such a good feeling. Everybody puts a lot of hard work in week-in, week-out and you wait for your time to come. I’m probably impatient most of the time. But I feel happy and lucky that it was my time this time. You started the day six shots behind and played brilliantly to shoot seven-under-par and force a play-off with Marcus Kinhult. What were you thinking as the round unfolded? I was getting more and more nervous. I played all right on Saturday but there was a bad stretch in…