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Golf Monthly Open 2018

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the ultimate test

michael.harris@timeinc.com Golf is full of interesting debates: Nicklaus or Woods? Links or heathland? Hardest shot in the game: long-iron or chip from a tight lie? Two of the shorter discussions in golf are as follows: hardest course on the Open rota? Carnoustie. Hardest hole at Carnoustie? The 18th. If I had one word to describe the course it would be ‘relentless', and for the closing hole ‘fearsome' sums things up. You can read all about the challenge of the course and indeed all things Carnoustie in our special Open Championship supplement that accompanies this issue. If you could pick one pro to take on that drive for you at 18, it'd be this month's cover star, Rory McIlroy. His ability to drive the ball longer and straighter than most of his peers is…

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your view

Star quality I've read that some people in golfing circles think the Pro-Am at Wentworth should be cancelled as it is a non-event. The BMW PGA is one of Britain's big golf stages and the Pro-Am acts like the Masters Par-3 Competition and gives it that special edge. I am a PE teacher and I told some girls I teach that some of the celebrities they talk about would be competing in the Pro-Am. A couple of days later they told me they had bought tickets for the Wednesday and asked me questions on the etiquette of golf and also some basic rules. On the Friday after the Pro-Am one of the girls said she had a fantastic time and thought about getting into golf, and even went to the nearest Top…

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letter of the month

Making ends meet I was disappointed, but not at all surprised, to see the latest Forbes Sports Rich List didn’t include a single female sportsperson. While the likes of Tiger Woods reportedly earned $43.4m in 2017, ladies stars like Georgia Hall, who led the Ladies European Tour money list last year, made just £325,000 on the course, with far less lucrative endorsement opportunities available to her. For the girls breaking through it’s a whole lot worse, with many of them needing part-time jobs to make a living. In fact, only the top 50 in the LET rankings earned more than the average UK salary of £25,000, and that’s before they pay their travel and accommodation costs. I’m not sure there’s an easy answer, but I’d go down the tennis route of showcasing…

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talking point

The GM View: The event has been plagued recently by high-profile players staying away – Europeans as well as Americans. Next year it moves to September, after the Majors and FedExCup, so hopefully that will have a significant impact. Eric Wolfe: If we expect Europe’s best to play in America, Americans should play in Europe a little more. Galileo70a: US players possibly care more about the FedExCup rankings. On the same weekend in Fort Worth, $7million in prize money was on offer. There is also the travel factor. It’s easier to stay at home than play in Europe, and it’s an expensive return trip if you miss the cut! Barry Glover: You can’t expect Americans to fly over for one event in the middle of a busy PGA Tour season. I understand the…

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special offer

AS SEEN ON TV SHOW ‘BUY IT NOW’ On July 19, the sporting world will shine its light on the incredible Carnoustie links. To celebrate the start of the Open Championship, we have teamed up again with British sunglasses manufacturer Cubik Eyewear to offer Golf Monthly readers an incredible limited-period discount. Finding a pair of wrap-around sunglasses specifically for sport can be an expensive business, especially where prescription lenses are concerned. Darlington-based Cubik Eyewear is offering sports sunglasses that deliver incredible protection, stability and comfort at a more affordable price. The Cubik RXW model has been designed with wide, curved lenses to offer a clear, unrestricted view. They also feature special tint levels and coatings that make them suitable in cloudy conditions as well as sun, and offer full UV protection. This means…

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francesco molinari

Francesco Molinari secured his first European Tour title since the 2016 Italian Open at the BMW PGA Championship – the first Rolex Series event of the season. He was imperious in all areas of the game en route to a victory that puts him level with Constantino Rocca as the most successful Italian golfers of all time. He followed it up with a second place in Italy to all-but solidify a place on Thomas Bjorn's Ryder Cup team. 61 Kevin Na shot a 61 at the Forth Worth Invitational – tied for the lowest round of the season 68 Rory McIlroy’s scoring average on the European Tour so far this season – second only to Miguel Angel Jimenez 65 Malcolm Kokocinski shot a closing 65 to win the Asian Tour’s Bangladesh Open 1 The…

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