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Golf Monthly June 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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long drives guaranteed

michael.harris@timeinc.comThere are many shots in the game that offer the golfer a great deal of pleasure. The well-judged long putt you knew was going to drop in before you hit it; the wedge shot that checks up by the flag; a precise long-iron that finds the putting surface and the powerful fairway wood that sneaks you on a par 5 in two. But for me, and I suspect many a golfer, the well-struck drive that has a seemingly infinite arc and lands a long way down the fairway is the shot that gives the most satisfaction.The desire to drive the ball further and straighter is something that fires all golfers. Therefore, this issue features a whole host of tips on how to gain extra yards when you need to get…

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your view

Jason Day drew criticism for his slow play at the WGC-Dell Match PlayThe Olympic Golf CourseGet a move onHaving recently enjoyed your 'Big Three' special, I was pleased to see Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Jordan Spieth all playing well at the recent WGC Match Play in Texas.However, my building excitement was soon railroaded when the hive of activity in the group stages ended, and we were left with the snail's pace we have unfortunately become accustomed to as the knockout stages unfolded. This issue came to a climax, or standstill if you will, when Jason 'AllDay' slowly dismantled Louis Oosthuizen in the final.Yes, Day had played in the morning, suffered an injury and competed in seven matches in five days, with millions on the line, but none of those…

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letter of the month

Brocket Hall in HertfordshireA cause for concern?It was somewhat troubling to read about recent developments at Brocket Hall Golf Club – most notably that lifetime memberships that had cost individuals as much as £70,000 would not be honoured. With Wentworth going through similar changes (albeit I understand that after much wrangling, the new owners have relented on their initial demands for existing members), I wondered whether we might be seeing the start of a worrying new trend?Are the most prestigious golf courses in the UK becoming targets for foreign investment? Taking classic old golf clubs and turning them into ultra-exclusive, members-only venues would surely prevent many of us from stepping foot on these fantastic layouts. Having very much enjoyed rounds at Brocket Hall and Wentworth over the years, I sincerely…

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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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the game

Austin Country Club in Texas proved a popular venue as it welcomed the world’s top players for the WGC-Dell Match PlayAn early tee time for Oliver Fisher at the True Thailand ClassicSpectators look on at the New Zealand Open in ArrowtownThe Big Easy is joined by two feathered friends at the Els for Autism Pro-AmHa Na Jang eagles the 18th hole to claim victory at the HSBC Women’s ChampionsA stunning backdrop: The Hills GC on New Zealand’s South IslandGreg Chalmers in a spot of bother at the Web.com Tour’s Chitimacha Louisiana Open (All photography Getty Images)THE MILLION DOLLAR MANOLD PALM GOLF CLUB, FLORIDAOn the Monday after the WGC-Cadillac Championship, a host of stars descended on Old Palm Golf Club for Ernie Els' annual charity Pro-Am. On the 19th hole, Rickie…

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stand-out stats...

Number of Australian victories on the European Tour, the latest being Scott Hend’ at the True Thailand Classic Number of wins for Jason Day in his last 13 PGA Tour events – a win percentage of... The purse, in dollars, at the WGC-Cadillac Championship, with Adam Scott taking home a small fortune Months between Charl Schwartzel’ PGA Tour wins, the latest at the Valspar Championship Mi Hyang Lee’ front-nine total in round one of the JTBC Founders Cup. Amy Yang is the only other LPGA Tour player to have shot 27 for nine holes. SSP Chawrasia became the third Indian golfer to win three or more European Tour titles with his victory at the Hero Indian Open, after Jeev Milkha Singh and Arjun Atwal Number of double-bogeys for Rory McIlroy…