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The new issue of Golf Monthly is packed with the latest gear, tour features and the best instruction, including a short-game masterclass from Chris Wood. We talk to Andy Sullivan at his home club in Nuneaton, catch up with British Masters champion Paul Dunne and focus on some stars of yesteryear who have walked away from the game. We also unveil an exclusive Golf Monthly trip to Augusta for the 2018 Masters. If that’s not enough we have all the usual jam-packed courses and rules sections plus opinion from Wayne Riley, Chris Wood and Bill Elliott.

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1. Chris Wood’s Short-Game Masterclass

GM’s playing editor shares his thoughts on how best to take full advantage when you’re in golf’s ‘scoring zone’.

2. Andy Sullivan

We take a trip to Nuneaton Golf Club to catch up with the three-time European Tour winner at the place where it all began.

3. Tested By Golf Monthly 

Our experienced testing team takes a look at the Mizuno MP-18 MMC irons, the Titleist 718 AP2 irons, the Srixon 2017 AD333 ball, the Ping G400 Crossover, the Galvin Green Bruce jacket and more.

4. Tips From A Tour Caddie

Joel Tadman plays a round with top European Tour Caddie Nick Mumford to find out if he can save him shots. He also reveals some valuable strategy advice which could help you.

5. Be At The 2018 Masters 

Find out how you can experience the magic of Augusta with Golf Monthly’s ultimate trip to the 2018 Masters Tournament.

6. Finding The Right Hybrid For You

Find out how you can get the most from the most versatile clubs in the bag.

7. The Story Of ‘Bits’

We look at a few ways to add some spice to your round.

8. Destination Golf

We visit Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore as well as looking a little closer to home at some lesser-known gems in Surrey, a trip to Macdonald Spey Valley and much more.

9. Winter Gear Guide

We present the best wind and rain gear to keep you playing in the worst of the weather.

10. Life After Golf

Our profile of pro golfers who have stepped away from the game to follow other pursuits includes an in-depth interview with David Lynn, who hung up his clubs just two years after finishing runner-up to Rory McIlroy at the 2012 USPGA.

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