Golf Monthly has again teamed up with Foremost Golf, the UK’s Largest Golf Retail Group, to recognise some of 2013’s stand-out golfing performances. We’re asking for votes in three categories – Golfer of the Year, Shot of the Year and Breakthrough Performance of the Year – with three lucky readers each winning £100 of Foremost vouchers to redeem online at

How to Vote

To cast your votes, send an email to with Foremost Golf Monthly Awards in the subject line and your nominations. Voting closes on October 3.
1. Golfer of the Year 2. Shot of the Year
3. Breakthrough Performance of the Year

– Include name, address and number
– Alternatively, send your nominations on a postcard to Foremost Golf Monthly Awards, Golf Monthly, IPC Media, 9th Floor, Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark street, London, SE1 0SU

Win! £100 of Foremost vouchers

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Golfer of the Year

– Justin Rose – Produced two phenomenal iron shots over Merion’s daunting closing stretch en route to his first Major title at the US Open

– Phil Mickelson – Triumphed at the Scottish Open and Open Championship in back-to-back weeks after working tirelessly for years to adapt his game to links golf

– Adam Scott – Banished memories of a harrowing final-round Open collapse with a brilliant play-off victory over Angel Cabrera 
at the Masters.

– Inbee Park – Astonishingly won the first three Majors of the year to open up a three-point gap atop the Rolex Women’s World Rankings.

– Henrik Stenson – Top-three finishes at the Open, WGC-Bridgestone and USPGA pushed the Swede back into the world’s top 10, signifying his return from the golfing abyss

Shot of the Year

– Adam Scott – Stepped up at a career-defining moment, holing a 12-footer on Augusta’s 10th green to defeat Cabrera and claim the Green Jacket

– Justin Rose – Hit the 4-iron of his life under immense pressure on the 72nd hole at Merion to secure the US Open

– Phil Mickelson – Hit a sublime checking-chip on the first play-off hole at the Scottish Open to set up a first non-major European Tour win

– Chris Wood – Needing a birdie for a play-off at the Qatar Masters, Wood dispatched a towering 4-iron at the par-5 18th after a huge drive and holed the putt to record his first European Tour victory

– Matteo Manassero – Hit a nerveless wood to the centre of the 18th green on the fourth play-off hole at Wentworth and two-putted for birdie, becoming the youngest ever winner of the BMW PGA Championship

Breakthrough Performance of the Year

– Charley Hull – Started her LET career with four consecutive second-place finishes and starred as the youngest ever player in Solheim Cup history

– Jonas Blixt – Finished second at the Nordea Masters, won the PGA Tour’s Greenbrier Classic and contended at the USPGA in only his second Major appearance

– Peter Uihlein – The American vindicated his decision to start his professional career in Europe by winning the Madeira Islands Open, one of five top 10s in 2013

– Eddie Pepperell – All-but secured his 2014 European Tour card with a fine performance at the BMW PGA Championship

– Andy Sullivan – Notched four top-12 finishes in his first seven starts of the season after coming through Q-School

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