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Summer Issue 2020

The new issue of Golf Monthly is jam-packed with the best instruction, new gear and features, as well as a FREE 32-page mind game supplement to help you play better without changing your swing. We also have several tour exclusives, including interviews with Lee Westwood, Dustin Johnson and Padraig Harrington.

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On top of all this, we have the usual bumper equipment, instruction and rules sections, plus opinion from Wayne Riley and our new playing editor, the one and only Eddie Pepperell.

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1. FREE 32-Page Mind Game Supplement

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We’ve assembled the thoughts of some of the biggest names in sports psychology to help you think differently about the game and shoot lower scores.

2. The King of Consistency

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Top 25 Coach John Jacobs analyses the simple swing secrets that have brought Lee Westwood so much success.

3. Nick Faldo

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The six-time Major Champion runs the rule over modern golf, from slow play to equipment changes.

4. The Best New Gear

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Our testing team give their verdicts on the best gear releases this month.

5. One-Brand Man

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We hear from Dustin, Johnson, Lee Westwood, Padraig Harrington, Oliver Wilson and Luke Donald about why they’ve stayed with the same equipment manufacturers throughout their careers.

6. The Best Instruction

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Our Top 25 Coaches give advice on all aspects of the game to help you improve.

7. Annika Sorenstam

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The former World No.1 tells us how a burning desire to improve helped her dominate the women’s game for so long.

8. Destination Golf

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Our courses section features some of the best places you can play both here and abroad, including our pick of the best venues for a Major Championship if the requirement to admit spectators wasn’t part of the equation (Barnbougle Dunes, above).

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