The packed new issue of Today’s Golfer, Britain’s best-selling golf magazine, is out now, starring YouTube sensations and European Tour coaches Me And My Golf!
Andy Proudman and Piers Ward are here to help you beat your best ever score sharing their best-ever golf lessons and fixes, before equipment guru Simon Daddow brings you all of the new 2021 equipment launches and test the new clubs to find out which gear will help you achieve your goals.
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But TG is no longer just your go-to for the best golf lessons, equipment coverage and tests in golf, it is also the new home to the Golf World Top 100, the most revered courses and resorts rankings and reviews, edited by Europe’s foremost golf courses writer, Chirs Bertram. This month we’ve ranked the best courses in England as we begin our run of home nation countdowns.
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Combined with real-world golf lessons from our team of top coaches and tour pros, exclusive interviews with the game’s stars of past and present and insightful columns from Andrew Cotter, John Robins and Meghan MacLaren, Today’s Golfer is the only golf magazine you’ll ever need.
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What’s inside the new issue of Today’s Golfer…
Me And My Golf share their best-ever tips
YouTube sensations Andy Proudman and Piers Ward have helped hundreds of thousands of golfers across the globe improve their games and coached Aaron Rai to European Tour glory and now they’re here to help you.
From beating a slice or a hook and flushing your fairway woods, to striking your irons perfectly, chipping it close and holing more putts, Me And My Golf will show you how to do it all and make 2021 the year your beat your best golf score.
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Golf World Top 100 Courses in England
We start our countdown of the Top 100 courses in each of home nations with the ranking of England’s finest layouts.
From Foxhills and Thorpeness, to Woodhall Spa and Royal Birkdale, the finest courses in the land are all here – but where does your favourite rank and how many have you played?
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Alongside the detailed ranking and stunning images, we sit down with course experts to debate whether England’s inland courses are better than its links layouts and talk to renowned architect Martin Ebert to find out his dream 18 courses in the country.
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New 2021 golf equipment revealed and tested!
We go deep on Ping’s G425 drivers, fairways, hybrids, crossover and irons, bring you everything you need to know about Callaway’s new Apex irons and hybrids and find out why PXG have moved away from premium clubs to reveal an ‘affordable’ range.
Plus we’ve new putters from Odyssey and Bettinardi, reveal Wilson’s new range, bring you 12 of the best rangefinders for 2021 and rate 50 golf clubs to help make your next purchase even easier.
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Will 2021 be golf’s greatest-ever year?
With a packed schedule to look forward to, including 13 Majors, Ryder Cup, Solheim Cup and the Olympics, we answer some of the biggest questions for the year ahead.
Will the Majors throw up surprise winners? Can Europe retain the Ryder Cup and Solheim Cup? Will Bryson DeChambeau dominate? Will golf’s authorities finally address the issue of distance? Who will be the breakout stars? Can Tiger bounce back from a disappointing 2020? Will the players turn out for the Olympics?
We debate all of that and more…
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Helping you play better golf
Our panel of expert coaches are here to help every aspect of your golf game in our dedicated Play Better section.
This month, across 17 pages, they sort your delivery position, teach you how to think positively on the course, combine power and accuracy, play the punch shot, fix the shanks, take your game back to basics, compress your iron shots, cut out bad chips, square your driver face, master a fade, putt like a tour pro, break 100, 90 and 80. and loads more!
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How golf rebuilt the life of an injured soldier
We meet Stewart Harris, a 36-year-old former Welsh Guard who turned to golf after an IED decimated his body and mind.
Now an ambassador for Wales Golf, Harris explains how the game has helped him rebuild and become a role model for others.
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This Much I Know… Colin Montgomerie
The European Tour and Ryder Cup legend reflects on the highs and lows of his incredible career, shares some golden secrets to help your game, discusses his approach to course design, reveals his remaining goals in the game, explains how he lost weight in lockdown and reveals how pilates is helping his prolong his life on the course.
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TG Undercover at Celtic Manor
A decade on from its hosting of the Ryder Cup, we sent our undercover fourball to Wales to tackle the Twenty Ten course and find out how the Newport has built on Europe’s glorious success.
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The best columnists in golf!
Golf commentator and author Andrew Cotter pays tribute to Peter Alliss and reflects on his time working with the Voice of Golf; Bad Golfer, comedian and BBC 5Live broadcaster John Robins talks practice routines and how spending less time bashing balls is making him better; LET star Meghan MacLaren expresses her disappointment that winning Majors didn’t prove enough for Sophia Popov and A.Lim Kim to be given a spot at the LPGA’s season-endging CME Group Tour Championship.
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Brilliant golf giveaways!
This month you could win a luxury golf break at Quinta Da Marinha. The five-star resort, which is just 35 minutes from Lisbon, underwent a £5m refurbishment last year to celebrate its 20th anniversary, and is home to a fantastic Robert Trent Jones Snr-designed parkland golf course.
Plus, we’ve got two fantastic new waterproof golf bags to give away from Big Max!
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