David Taylor

Content Editor

David Taylor

David joined Golf Monthly in 2015 as a content editor for the magazine and regularly contributes to the website. He has worked in magazine publishing and editing since 2003. He is a keen golfer and is a member of Blackmoor Golf Club in Hampshire.

Email: david.taylor@ti-media.com

December Issue Cover 2019

The new issue of Golf Monthly is jam-packed with the latest gear, tour features and the best instruction, including an in-depth interview and strategy masterclass with Matt Wallace. We also…

New Issue

The new issue of Golf Monthly is packed with the latest gear, tour features and the best instruction, as well as a FREE 76-page Travel supplement to help you plan…

October Cover

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New Issue Golf Monthly

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New Issue

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The new-look Golf Monthly is packed with the latest gear, tour features and the best instruction, as well as a FREE Build A Better Game supplement and a Peter Millar…

The new-look Golf Monthly is packed with the latest gear, tour features and the best instruction, as well as a FREE Editor’s Choice equipment supplement. We also feature exclusive tips…

US Masters Day 3

We pick out some of the stand-out US Masters day 3 stats, including a record equalling front nine and Molinari's bogey-free run

Devon Bling

The 19-year-old American Devon Bling is one of four amateurs to make the US Masters cut this year