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Golf Monthly July 2016

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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Time Inc. (UK) Ltd
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danny, the champion of the world

michael.harris@timeinc.comThere is something special about the ceremony to present the winner of The Masters with his Green Jacket. To me it's the perfect mix of tradition and showbiz. I can vividly remember the first one I watched – a beaming Sandy Lyle being helped into the jacket by Larry Mize back in 1988 – and I haven't missed one since. As I've aged, it's become harder to keep the eyes open, but you somehow summon the willpower. Once the jacket is resting on the shoulders of the happy champion it's time for bed! This year there was no way I was going to break my run.The old cliche that the tournament doesn't really start until the back nine on Sunday was certainly borne out, with much drama unfolding in the…

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get in touch

LETTERSThe Editor Golf Monthly Pinehurst 2, Pinehurst Road, Farnborough Business Park, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 7BF EMAILgolfmonthly@timeinc.comTWITTER@GolfMonthly FACEBOOKfacebook.com/golfmonthlymagazineGOLF MONTHLY FORUMgolf-monthly.co.uk/forumsGOOGLE++golfmonthly YOUTUBEyoutube.com/GolfMonthlyVINEvine.co/Golf.MonthlyINSTAGRAMinstagram.com/golfmonthlyAll contributions must be original, not copies or duplicated to other publications. The editor reserves the right to edit letters. Time Inc. (UK) or its associated companies reserve the right to reuse any submission sent to these pages of Golf Monthly, in any format or medium. ■…

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your view

An inspiration: Gary PlayerAge is no barrierCall him phenomenal, superb, sublime or any word that comes to mind and you will be describing the greatest golfer in the world.Gary Player formed a marvellous trio with Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, and between them they brought magic to the game. However, Player stands alone. Aged 80, he still plays and competes all over the world and always finds time to return home to South Africa.In the 2016 Masters he recorded his 31st hole-in-one during the Par 3 Contest and crashed his ceremonial opening drive 20 yards further than his great friend Nicklaus.He does 1,300 sit-ups before lunch on a daily basis and can still kick shoulder-high with each leg! Hopefully we in the United Kingdom will find a way to honour…

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letter of the month

There’s more to golf than playing wellFatherly inspirationHaving been brought up playing football from a young age, I have always been very competitive. It's not a trait I am embarrassed about, but over the past few years it has blighted my enjoyment of our brilliant game. When I don't play well, I've found myself getting immensely frustrated.However, I've recently had my eyes opened to how the game should be played by one person in particular, a local golfing hero – my dad. He plays off 26 and quite often scores badly, but he plays every single hole with a smile on his face and a positive word for everyone.I could never understand how he could be so upbeat when playing badly, but it recently clicked and I have a new…

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the game

The calm before the storm: Willett birdied the 14th to move within one shot of Spieth, just before the American’s woes on the 12thWillett kept his nerve on the final hole to post a bogey-free final round of 67Job well done: after tapping in for par on 18, the man from Sheffield had an anxious wait for Spieth to finish his roundSpieth drops on 12, on the way to a quadruple-bogeyChanging of the guard: the new champion receives his prizeBack home with wife Nicole and new son Zachariah (All photography Getty Images)A SEAT AT THE TOP TABLEAUGUSTA NATIONAL, GEORGIADanny Willett produced a flawless final round to become the first British player since Sir Nick Faldo in 1996 to win The Masters. Jordan Spieth looked to be cruising to victory on…

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charley hoffman

“IF YOU LOOK ON PAPER, I’M PAST MY PRIME A BIT. BUT I HAD THE BEST YEAR OF MY LIFE AT 38”You’re a late bloomer by tour standards. Your tie for 9th at last year’s Masters was your first top ten in a Major. What did you learn about being in the hunt on Sunday?I learned that I felt completely calm in that situation, which I think is just years and years of playing golf. I'd thought if I ever got in contention in a Major that maybe the nerves would get to me, but I wouldn't say they did at all. Obviously, I got hit with some of the best golf of all time, the way Jordan [Spieth] played last year. I witnessed it on Saturday at Augusta. He…

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