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What will happen if The Open ends all-square after 72 holes and a playoff is required?
We take a look at the amateurs in this year’s Open Championship aiming to win the Silver Medal
We take a look inside the August issue of Golf Monthly, which includes a FREE 36-page supplement designed to transform your long game, Sergio Garcia talking us through the shots…
Check out the new issue that includes a 32-page Open Championship preview
The July issue of Golf Monthly is a must-buy for anyone looking to improve their game this summer. Our Top 25 Coaches have put together their 100 greatest tips which cover every…
Having had a few lessons it’s time for the next part of the journey: a full TaylorMade club fitting
The 2006 US Open featured two of the most harrowing final-hole meltdowns in Major history, with Australian Geoff Ogilvy ultimately reigning supreme
We take a look inside the June issue of Golf Monthly, which sees the debut of a fresh design that includes a whole host of revamped sections and features. It also…
Chris Wood was advised to hire clubs for The Masters after his went missing
Having my swing analysed at my first golf lesson was a nervous moment, but I’ve come away with some clear pointers
In the May issue of Golf Monthly we hear from Englishman Matthew Fitzpatrick. He tells us about his phenomenal rise as well as giving us his tips for more power…
When you strip back the romance, is the US Masters overrated?
Thankfully Masters controversies have been relatively few and far between, but here are 7 incidents that made the news to varying degrees
We look at potential first-time Major champions at Augusta
David Cannon talks us through some of his best Masters pictures…
How far can an occasional golfer progress with sound advice and the right equipment?
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