I have yet to meet any golfer who wouldn’t like to be able to hit their drives further. Everyone, no matter what their playing ability, delights in unleashing a long tee shot and while we all know that being able to hit big drives is no guaranteed route to a lower handicap, being five or ten yards further up the fairway towards the flag certainly will not do your chances of carding a lower score any harm.
So, to help you reach your true power potential, we have assembled what we believe to be the most comprehensive guide to power driving ever published. There are a total of 37 pages of great content covering everything from technique to equipment, and we are confident that if you read and act upon the advice in the magazine, you will hit longer drives.
In fact, we are so confident about what’s on offer inside that the February issue of Golf Monthly magazine comes with a money-back guarantee! So, if after trying all our tips you can prove you haven’t gained any distance then we’ll refund you the cost of this issue. Now you can’t say fairer than that, can you?
Golf Monthly 1911-2011
This February issue of Golf Monthly represents the first of the 13 issues we will publish within what is our centenary year. This title was founded back in 1911 by double Open and quadruple Amateur Champion, Harold Hilton, and it is now the world’s oldest golf publication still in existence. My staff and I are immensely proud to be the current custodians of such rich golfing history and we are determined to make this centenary year one to remember for all our readers. Our centenary editorial tees off with a feature on page 40 of the magazine that focuses on the 29 UK and Irish golf clubs that share their centenary year with us.
We have a host of other exciting things planned for the year, including the launch of the Golf Monthly Centenary Society that will be completely free to join and which offers readers endless benefits and opportunities during 2011. The society launches in the March coverdated issue, on sale from January 27, 2011. I hope you sign up and take part in a little bit of golfing history.