Birdies and Bogeys – The Long Goodbye

It's goodbye but not goodnight from GM work experience extraordinaire – it's been two weeks full of fun, laughter and frolicking...well perhaps not

Birdies and bogeys: Tales from the Pro-Am

GM Staff writer Paul O’Hagan visits the wonderful world of the Pro-Am during a round with Trish Johnson at the Wales Ladies Championship of Europe.

Birdies and Bogeys – Golf Galore

Simon Sparrowhawk awakes from student life and returns for his second stint of work experience at Golf Monthly only to find that despite a new location things haven't really changed...…

Birdies and Bogeys – Life behind the lens

Regular GM snapper, David Cruickshanks, reports back from life on the front line at the Ricoh Women's British Open at St Andrews. Note: Any marshals reading the blog may wish…

Birdies And Bogeys – Better Outdoors

Alicia Harney created her own mini-festival on her front lawn to celebrate the Women's British Open on the hallowed Old Course at St Andrews - a first for a women's…

Birdies and Bogeys – What’s in my bag

The temptation to chop and change clubs is huge for any golfer but imagine what it must be like for Golf Monthly's gear guru Jeremy Ellwood. Here he explains the…

Birdies and Bogeys – An Empty Office

With the majority of the GM team up at the Open editorial assistant Paula is left in the office and seems to be enjoying the peace and quiet.

Birdies and Bogeys – the golf season proper

GM staffer suggests that the true glory of golf lies in the spine-tingling anticipation and absolute certainty of excellence that occurs before a competitive round.

British heroes

Welcome to the Golf Monthly staff's latest blog, Birdies and Bogeys, which is about absolutely anything to do with our great game. This is where we will discuss hot topics,…