Jeremy Ellwood

Jeremy Ellwood

Jeremy Ellwood has worked in the golf industry since 1993 and for Golf Monthly since 2002 when he started out as equipment editor.

He is now a freelance journalist writing mainly for Golf Monthly across the whole spectrum from courses and Rules to equipment and even instruction despite his own somewhat iffy swing (he knows how to do it, but just can’t do it himself).

He is a senior panelist for Golf Monthly’s Top 100 UK & Ireland Course Rankings and has played all of the Top 100 plus 89 of the Next 100. He has played over 800 courses worldwide in over 30 countries, but put him on a links course anywhere and he will be blissfully content.

On his first trip to Abu Dhabi a decade ago he foolishly asked Paul Casey what sort of a record he had around the course there. “Well, I’ve won it twice if that’s what you mean!” came the reply…

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Dropping and re-dropping

Dropping and re-dropping: Jeremy Ellwood looks at some of the instances when you don't need to re-drop the ball, including one common misunderstanding

how to stabilize your body rotation

In this video, PGA Professional, Alex Elliott offers a great drill for how to stabilize your body rotation and hit better golf shots!

how to stop pushing iron shots

Golf Monthly Top 25 coach Andrew Reynolds explains how to stop pushing iron shots, with the problem often boiling down to issues at set-up

Plugged lie

Rules of Golf: Plugged Lie NEW FOR 2020 – FEATURED PRODUCTS Golf Monthly is partnering with Titleist and FootJoy as our official golf ball, golf bag, footwear and apparel partners…

Unplayable ball in bunker? Jeremy Ellwood looks at what you can and can't do if you decide it would be impossible or unwise to attempt to play it

The Rules of golf do not actually compel you to mark your golf ball, but there are very good reasons why it’s strongly advisable to do so…

Jeremy Ellwood visits Mar Hall Golf and Spa Resort on the banks of the Clyde just ten minutes from Glasgow Airport

Senior Golf Tips

Peter Dawson, former Ryder Cup player and author of Now for the Back Nine aimed at senior players, offers his top ten tips for senior golfers

The GM forum gathered at Coventry GC on August 15 to remember Rickg and play for the Rickg Memorial Trophy on a superb day organised by Fish (Robin Hopkins)

golf in the rain

Our 10 no-brainer tips for playing golf in the rain include some shrewd purchases, good pre-round preparation and the odd playing tip