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Golf Monthly Aug-2018

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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farewell to a golfing great

(Photography: Getty Images) There is only one ‘honours' board at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club. It hangs in the main hallway amid displays of glorious silver trophies and memorabilia that chart the storied 149-year history of Hoylake.As a member you can get your name on the board – but to do that you have to win a significant tournament, such as The Amateur or The Open when the Championship is played over the famous links.There are, however, two members who do feature on the board. John Ball, for his three Amateur Championships (1890, 1894 and 1910), and Harold Hilton for his 1897 Open Championship triumph.Their names sit side by side with some of the most illustrious in golf: JH Taylor, Walter Hagen, Bobby Jones, Sir Michael Bonallack, Tiger Woods, Rory…

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your view

Don’t forget to enjoy yourself when you’re out on the course Peter Thomson won his first Open at Birkdale in 1954 There’s more to life My brother and I have recently been sleeping overnight at our local hospital due to our dear old mum's ill health. One Sunday we decided to go and have a social, low-key round at our club to try and unwind.When we arrived, a fellow member approached us and asked if we would play in the monthly medal with him, otherwise he couldn't compete as he didn't have a scorecard marker.We duly obliged and paid our competition entrance fee, signed the start sheet and teed off with a couldn't-care-less attitude. I finished three under my 16 handicap and came second. There's no doubt in…

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letter of the month

Life-changing experience Up until recently I was what you could probably have described as a bit of a workaholic – long hours during the week, logging in at the weekend and a healthy dose of stress. My wife was fed up with the amount of time I was either at work or thinking about work. It was through work, however, that last July I was persuaded to take part in a charity golf match organised by one of my team.I had never played before and I came last, but I thoroughly enjoyed it – not only the match, but the whole feel of the game.Since then I have had lessons, bought equipment and joined the club where the match was held. Golf has become a new focus for…

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talking point

Justin Thomas was the only top-tier American player at Le Golf National (Photography: Getty Images) The GM View: You’d think anyone likely to play in the Ryder Cup would have prioritised the French Open, but several nailed-on players from Europe and all but one American missed what seemed like a great intelligence opportunity. Absent Europeans can be excused based on prior experience, but it’s puzzling that only Justin Thomas made the trip from America. Emily Rogers: What is surprising is that it’s not as if most of the big American players were competing elsewhere. The PGA Tour event held at the same time was the Quicken Loans National and there was no DJ, Koepka, Spieth, Reed, Watson etc. Only Rickie and Tiger played. Andrew…

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peter thomson

Between 1952 and 1958, the great Australian won The Open Championship on four occasions and was runner-up at the other three, a run which culminated in victory at Royal Lytham (pictured). However, his most impressive feat came in 1965, when he picked up his fifth Claret Jug, this time in a field which included the Big Three – Palmer, Nicklaus and Player. Harry Vardon is still the only man to have won more Open titles. 62 Mikko Korhonen went 62 holes without a bogey en route to victory at the Shot Clock Masters, his first European Tour title 324 Matt Wallace’s victory at the BMW International Open was the 324th English win in European Tour history 14 The difference between the American and GB&I…

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