Eight courses to play when in Shropshire.
Kent boasts not only a fine trio of Open Championship links, but plenty of other good golf too
Suffolk is an under-rated golf destination, with five excellent courses in close proximity from Thorpeness down to Felixstowe Ferry
Yorkshire is proud of its Ryder Cup heritage, boasting three host courses in Moortown, Ganton and Lindrick
We sum up the key differences between fourball and foursomes golf
Two readers go for in-depth Odyssey putter fittings in search of the perfect putters for their strokes and report back on their experiences
These players have added a touch of colour and style to recent USPGAs
Thomas Bjorn, Denmark's most prolific golfer, talks about his career, the strength of Danish golf and the success of the Made in Denmark European tour event
Ireland's coast is blessed with some amazing links and clifftop courses both modern and old. Here are what we believe to be the 10 best courses in Ireland
The five-time Open Champion was one of golf’s finest players throughout the 1950s and 1960s
7-handicapper Andy Wright looks back on progress so far with his new COBRA clubs and what the 'COBRA Connect powered by Arccos' data has most taught him...
24-handicapper Peter Howe reflects on progress with his new COBRA clubs and what the 'COBRA Connect powered by Arccos' data has revealed about his game...
PGA Professional Katie Rule offers her top women's golf tips in a series of instruction videos designed to help women play better golf from tee to green
The Englishman reflects on a brilliant career, assesses his current form and looks ahead to possible Ryder Cup captaincy
Jeremy Ellwood enjoys a broad spectrum of courses in the northernmost extremities of East Anglia
Golf Monthly reader Andy Wright enjoys a full driver-to-wedge custom-fitting as part of our ‘2018 Smarter Ways to Lower Scores’ project with Cobra Golf…
Golf Monthly reader Peter Howe enjoys a full driver-to-wedge custom-fitting as part of our ‘2018 Smarter Ways to Lower Scores’ project with Cobra Golf…
Looking at the course yardage, you’d probably guess about 3 or 4 miles. But an R&A ‘experiment’ suggests it can be much, much more than that…
Knowing how to regrip golf clubs means you can afford to replace them as and when they need replacing rather than when you’ve saved up enough
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