Michael Harris

Editor’s Blog: Missing in action

GM's editor Mike Harris finally rouses himself from his literary layoff to update his blog. Warning story includes choking incident.

Welcome to Golf Monthly?s online coverage of the 2007 Open Championship. This year the event returns to Carnoustie and arguably the toughest test on the rota. Just as…

Editor’s Blog: In a spin

Mike ponders the the future of the Ryder Cup and the amount of spin Tiger gets on the golf ball. Six weeks well spent then since his last blog entry

Get the stories behind the scores with Golf Monthly's coverage of the 2007 Masters Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club.

Editor’s Blog: Must do better

Mike finaly emerges from his editorial hibernation to tell you about an exciting signing for Golf Monthly, his first foray into the world of 'PowerPlay Golf' and the instruction editor's…

Editor’s Blog: Tartan Adventures

A trip north of the border for two of the Golf Monthly team - warning article contains a double hit by the editor

Golf Monthly's editor Michael Harris gives readers an insight into the workings of the Golf Monthly team in the first edition of his new blog.

Golf Monthly at the 2006 Ryder Cup

Originally set up as a modest biennial get-together for the professional golfers of Great Britain and the USA, the Ryder Cup has transformed over the years into one of the…

Open Championship 2006

Welcome to Golf Monthly’s coverage of the 2006 Open Championship. This year the great event returns to Royal Liverpool Golf Club after an absence of some 39 years. The last…

A few miles up the coast from Royal County Down is Ardglass Golf Club and if you’re planning a trip to the area you should pen in a visit. Another…

The challenge of any new course is how quickly it can bed in so that it looks, feels and plays like it has been around for a long time. Bearwood…

It’s an experience you won’t forget in a hurry

Crashing Atlantic breakers, cliffs that rise vertically out of the ocean, superb golf courses and and a genuinely warm welcome that?s extended to all visitors. You could be on a…

The golfing pedigree of North Wales has never been in doubt, yet somewhat strangely the area, and in fact Wales as whole, is often overlooked in favour of Scotland and…

For most club members one outstanding course is golfing heaven, but for the lucky blighters at Royal Portrush, they have two

Porthmadog GC

Porthmadog is a course that mixes links and inland holes and it’s all the better for that.

Pwllheli is the oldest club on the Llyn Penninsula. Founded in 1900 as a 9-hole course, it’s a game of two halves Brian