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Golf MonthlyGolf Monthly

Golf Monthly September 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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get your game back on track

michael.harris@timeinc.com See between pages 66 & 67 for your special pullout supplement (Photography Getty Images)At any point in time I'd estimate there are between one and three things going quite badly wrong with my golf game. These aren't skills that I have yet to master in 30 years of playing the game – that's a discussion for another day – but rather faults that have crept in over time and are now causing significant issues.Going on yesterday's round my problems are as follows: the high, wafty block off the tee with the driver, iron striking (all irons) and any shot from 100 yards and in requiring more loft than an 8-iron. On the upside, I'm currently happy with my hybrid play, bump-and-run shots and putting, but unless I'm playing a…

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get in touch

LETTERSThe Editor Golf Monthly Pinehurst 2, Pinehurst Road, Farnborough Business Park, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 7BF EMAILgolfmonthly@timeinc.com TWITTER@GolfMonthly FACEBOOKfacebook.com/golfmonthlymagazine GOLF MONTHLY FORUMgolf-monthly.co.uk/forums GOOGLE++golfmonthly YOUTUBEyoutube.com/GolfMonthly VINEvine.co/Golf.Monthly INSTAGRAMinstagram.com/golfmonthly All 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

Rory McIlroy came in for criticism for his comments before The OpenThe bigger pictureI was intrigued and infuriated in equal measure by the comments of Rory McIlroy during the lead-up to The Open. His totally egotistical, if brutally honest, remark that he “didn't get into golf to try to grow the game, (he) got in it to win,” demonstrates a totally dismissive attitude to the sport which has given him enormous wealth and exaggerated status in the world. Paul Simon referred to “the boy in the bubble.” Perhaps someone needs to burst Mr McIlroy's.I am sure that he did think about the possible consequences for himself and his family should he be struck down by the virus – that is a purely personal choice with which we cannot quibble.…

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letter of the month

Don’t judge a book by its cover when it comes to young golfersToo quick to judge I was interested to read Josh Proud's letter in the June issue regarding attitudes shown towards young golfers. Last year, I took my 15-year-old grandson to my local club for a game. Upon reaching the first tee, there was a man and woman, whom I assumed was his wife, preparing to tee off.As we were ready before they had finished their rummaging, they invited us to go before them but with the proviso, upon observing I was with a youngster, that we would allow them to play though “when they caught us up” – the inference being I was playing with someone too young to be of any worth.I played the first shot, with…

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the game

All eyes on the Postage Stamp: play pauses briefly on Royal Troon’s famous 8th holeRory McIlroy cuts a lonely figure on the 72nd hole at Royal TroonA tricky lie for David Horsey at the Scottish OpenMisuzu Narita of Japan celebrates a hole-in-one at the Nipponham Ladies ClassicsJamie Donaldson marches on despite the rainBlue skies meant plenty of birdies Gerina Piller during the second round of the US Women’s Open at CordeValle Golf Club (Photography Getty Images)WITNESSING HISTORY ROYAL TROON, SCOTLAND Marshalls hold back the crowds on the 18th fairway as Sweden's Henrik Stenson completes his historic final round to become the first Scandinavian man to triumph at a Major. His total of 264 was the lowest in the history of the big four events, beating David Toms' 265 in the…

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a record-breaking open

Mickelson’s 17-under would have won or forced a play-off in 141 of 145 Opens.Phil Mickelson has not won a tournament since beating Henrik Stenson at Muirfield three years ago. Mickelson has now finished second 11 times in a Major tournament, moving ahead of Arnold Palmer but still eight behind Jack Nicklaus. 63 Stenson’ was the lowest final round by an Open Champion, beating Greg Norman’s 64 in 1993 at Royal St George’s. -20 Stenson’ score equals the lowest to par at a Major, set by Jason Day at the USPGA last year. It beats Tiger Woods’ previous record of 19-under for the Open Championship in 2000. 267 - Mickelson now has the third-and joint-fourth lowest Major totals in history, but didn’t win either event. His 266 finished second to…

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