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Golf World March 2019

Golf World is the UK's premiere golf magazine, with unrivalled access to the stars of the US and European Tours. Buy Golf World and every issue you will get: - Unrivalled access to the world’s best golfers - The best, most candid big-name interviews you’ll read anywhere - Guides to the world's best courses: both well-known and undiscovered - Comprehensive information on the biggest events in the golfing calendar Golf World is the authoritative voice on all issues in the game, globally. The magazine caters for the better golfer: the player who wants to improve his handicap with the latest and best advice from leading players and coaches. Golf World is also the home of Top 100 course rankings, where you can discover the best courses and find out how to play them – all rated independently by our experts.

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from the editor

nick.jwright@bauermedia.co.uk ‘So deep is the golf offeringin England it felt almost criminal to restrict this ranking to just 100 entries.’ One of the questions I’m most frequently asked as the editor of this magazine is, ‘How do I join the Golf World Top 100 courses review panel?’. It’s an enquiry I’m always delighted to receive since nothing pleases me more than having readers demonstrate a keen interest in what we do. Unfortunately, the criteria for inclusion is pretty strict. Unless there are strong extenuating circumstances, we require you to have played a minimum of 70 courses within our current ranking(s). We also ask that you demonstrate a razor-sharp eye for detail and a penchant for assiduous note-taking. Top 100s are projects where the fine print matters and where the tiniest oversight…

four ways to enjoy golf world

PRINT & DIGITAL Subscribe to Golf World Get a year of GW for £45 and receive a dozen Srixon Z Star balls! See page 36 or visit www.greatmagazines.co.uk TWITTER @GolfWorld1 Join more than 57.4k people in following our take on the game. Tweet us your views and they could make the mag. INSTAGRAM instagram.com/GolfWorldMag Exclusive images and videos from our shoots, superb giveaways, peaks behind-the-scenes, news and reviews. YOUTUBE youtube.com/GolfWorldMag From equipment tests and course reviews, to instruction, big-name interviews and fun challenges!…

new world order

When the PGA Tour announced its revamped schedule and FedEx Cup format, most of the golf world’s attention was on trying to fathom a system that will see the leader walk start the season finale Tour Championship at 10-under-par. The increased prize money, announced at the same time, barely seemed to warrant discussion. After all, the total prize fund increasing from $25m to $60m – including top prize going from $10m to $15m – doesn’t mean much unless you’re the one cashing the cheques. Already wealthy players who would have earned a huge amount of money will now earn even more money. Big deal. However, that money could have far-reaching implications that transform the shape of professional golf across the globe. It could be the kiss of death for the…

the barometer

UP Cody Blick Had to use a cobbled together set after his were stolen the night before the final round of Web.com Q-School but still shot 63, securing eight starts in 2019. Louis Oosthuizen Secured a first win in almost three years at the South African Open, his home country’s oldest tournament. Hosung Choi The man with the most unique swing in golf put it to good use to win the Casio World Open and climb to 205th in the world. Iron covers Perennially dismissed as naff and unnecessary, iron covers got a much-needed shot in the arm when Aaron Rai won the Hong Kong Open sporting a full set. DOWN Patrick Sullivan Putted into the water on the 14th hole of the final round of Web.com Q-School, made double and finished one shot off the mark. John Senden Driver snapped mid-swing during…

five burning questions for…

It may seem churlish to say this of a man who carded a Sunday 64 to make a last-gasp shot at a Masters win, played in the final pairing at The Open and won over £2 million in prize money, but by Jordan Spieth’s standards, 2018 wasn’t a good year. It was his first without a win, he registered as many missed cuts as top-10s, failed to qualify for the Tour Championship and saw himself fall out of the top 10 in the world for the first time since 2014. But the always candid 25-year-old Texan is ready to bounce back. He tells GW what to expect from him in 2019. 1 How do you reflect on 2018? I look back at last year as something that will be beneficial for me in…

what a difference a year makes...

Bryson DeChambeau 99 to 5 Nobody gained more world ranking points in 2018, helped by victories at the Memorial Tournament, Northern Trust, Dell Technologies Championship and Shriners Hospitals, plus a further top-five finishes. The room for improvement this year lies in four majors; he registered a missed cut and no top-20s during 2018’s biggest events. Jordan Spieth 2 to 16 Being the world’s 16th best golfer is no disgrace, but no player saw a bigger drop in percentage terms during 2018. A 3rd at the Masters was a rare highlight in what was Spieth’s first winless season on tour. He registered as many missed cuts as top-10s (five of each) and looked a shadow of the man who won three events including The Open in 2017. Tiger Woods 656 to 13 The 14-time major champ played 19 events…