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Golf Monthly Sep-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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a never-ending challenge

Over the past 12 months, I have spent a lot of time looking at two graphs. The first is my handicap playing record which, save for four rounds where I made buffer, is a relentless stream of upward dots. A week ago, I lost the single-figure status I've had for the past two decades. The second graph is my weight in the My Fitness Pal app. Its trajectory travels in almost exactly the opposite direction to my handicap – a steady downward trend, with a few plateaus, that currently sees me at a weight I've not been since I was in my 20s. With my weight, it's simple: the more I go to the gym and the more I watch what I eat, the more I'm rewarded when I stand on…

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your view

Show some respect It was with some disappointment that I watched the closing stages of the Porsche European Open unfold, where Bryson DeChambeau's unfortunate poor finish allowed some of golf's worst aspects to rear their head. While I can understand the American's frustration at making a triple-bogey on the 72nd hole to throw away his chance of winning, his following excuse of a handshake and interaction with the deserved winner Richard McEvoy showed a terrible lack of class. Our sport is often praised for its etiquette and the example he set on that green in front of millions of TV viewers must be challenged. To be a true champion you must be as gracious in defeat as you are in victory – just look at the likes of Jack Nicklaus and Phil Mickelson…

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letter of the month

Nature vs nurture As a new father I have spent a surprising amount of time thinking about golf. I have only recently got back into the game after my wife bought me clubs for my 30th. Since then, I can honestly say golf has improved my life. This has spurred my dad on to take up the game in his retirement. And thanks to this, we have developed a precious new aspect to our relationship. So, as a new father I have been dreaming about one day sharing the same experiences with my son. But how do you encourage your children to follow your passions? My wife rightly tells me you cannot force children to adopt your interests, but there must be a balance between over-bearing and nurturing a natural interest. There…

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talking point

The GM view: It’s been an interesting time in the golf-equipment sphere since Nike’s withdrawal from the hardware market. The mix-and-match approach has clearly paid dividends for a number of players and will surely lead others to question whether it’s something they should be doing. Some, though, will feel that top-tier equipment is so similar that it makes no sense to lose a guaranteed pay cheque in favour of a mixed bag that may or may not yield improved results. Tracey Copeland: No single company makes the best of it all, so it makes sense to pick the best each brand can offer. Only the top ten or 15 in the world make the ‘real’ money on endorsement deals. Other players can make more by winning. Johnboylaw: A mountain of money would…

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francesco molinari

Francesco Molinari's inspired spell of recent form culminated in a maiden Major Championship title at Carnoustie. The Italian produced a sublime short-game display and his characteristic ball-striking brilliance to write his name into the history books and elevate himself to a career-high position in the world rankings. He now looks poised to right an indifferent Ryder Cup record and star for Europe at Le Golf National. 3 Brandon Stone has had a win in each of his three seasons as a member of the European Tour, most recently the 2018 Scottish Open 40 The length, in feet, of the putt holed by Russell Knox to win the Irish Open in a play-off over Ryan Fox 76.4% Tommy Fleetwood led the field in Greens in Regulation at Carnoustie 2 Miguel Angel Jimenez won his second…

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