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 aspect of the game to help you reach your goals.
We also include a FREE 36-page Tips From The Tour supplement which features advice from some of the biggest names in golf. Added to this we have all the usual jam-packed gear, courses, rules and features sections plus opinion from Wayne Riley, Dan Walker and Chris Wood.
1. FREE Tips From The Tour supplement
Our FREE 36-page supplement offers advice from the best in the business. From Masters champion Sergio Garcia to Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy, we’ve gathered tips from the best in the world that will help you on the course this year.
2. 100 Greatest Tips
Our Top 25 Coaches have put their heads together to come up with a definitive list of their top 100 tips. The advice covers all parts of the game and is your quickest way to lower scores.
3. Tested By Golf Monthly
This month our team tests the new TaylorMade P770 irons, Big Max Blade Quattro, Ping i200 irons, Puma TitanTour Ignite Disc shoes and Cubik Eyewear wrap around sunglasses.
4. How To Win The Club Championship
We hear from two Golf Monthly readers about what it takes to win the biggest events at club level.
5. The Best UK Courses
We travel to Portstewart, the home of this year’s Irish Open, take a trip to Long Ashton, focus on North Cornwall and stay at next year’s Open host, Carnoustie.
6. The Rules All Golfers Should Know
Our Rules experts take a look at what you can and can’t do on the green, as well as offering a few teasers in our monthly quiz.
7. Pete Cowen
We ask the famous coach about his successes on tour and what makes a Major champion.
8. Head To Head
Technical editor Joel Tadman puts two of his favourite 2017 fairway woods up against each other.
9. Chris Wood
The Englishman discusses his Ryder Cup debut and winning his biggest title to date at Wentworth last year.
10. Golfing Etiquette
We look at some of the things that could make you very unpopular among your fellow golfers.