Golf Monthly October 2014 edition
This month’s issue includes a free £20 Foremost Gift Card and a free 2 for 1 GreenFree voucher, which entitles two golfer to play for the price on one at venues like The Grove, The Belfry and St Mellion.
Bill Elliott assesses the fallout of Rory McIlroy’s back-to-back Major wins, Tony Jacklin asks if par-3 golf is the answer, we debate if golf clubs are doing enough during the winter, and more
A 12-page special, access all areas feature on what goes into making the greatest ball in golf, including Titleist’s history, the Pro V1s manufacturing process and a look at the secret testing facilities.
Tony Jacklin – on par-3 golf being the answer to slow play
Wayne Riley – on Rory making his mark
Andy Sullivan – on his season so far
Fresh from winning two Majors and a WGC, the best driver in golf shares his key tips to help you hit it straighter and further. He also reveals how he selects his gear, while his coach shares some inside secrets you can learn from.
Improve your putting fundamentals with the help of GM Top 25 Coach Gary Alliss.
Kevin Craggs demonstrates how to find more power.
Quickfire game-improvement tips from Golf Monthly’s Top 25 Coaches
I Did It!
Barry Doyle improved on his PB by eight shots, but he did have to lie to his wife in the process when he got to the turn two-over-par off 15!
We round up the latest equipment releases, including a new Callaway driver, Mizuno irons and TaylorMade putters.
Paul O’Hagan discusses the golden era of club making.
We rate 12 of the best blade putters currently on the market.
A modern, breathable fabrics and how they can help your golf.
COURSES AND TRAVEL
Play It – Macreddin Golf Club
Golfer’s Guide – Shropshire
Travel Special – Depth and diversity in Portugal
Reader letters and emails to hit the Golf Monthly offices this month
What happened when Sun-Ju Ahn had an awkward stance in a pot bunker and used sand to get a footing?
You could win Galvin Green Ryder Cup gear, an Adams club fitting and trips to Gleneagles and Prince’s.