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Wayne Riley
The USGA has come in for a lot of criticism over the last few years for the way it sets up its courses for the US Open, but I think it did an excellent job at Winged Foot. Decent scores were available on the first day and then the course came back to
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Matthias Schwab
A common fault with amateurs is that they decelerate. Hit some balls from some bad rough around the greens. I spend quite a bit of time doing this, which helps me get up and down more often. For amateurs, it’ll help them to stop decelerating through
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What’s In A Name?
Globally, plenty of golf club names are a little bit different, especially in America, but what about over here where we tend to be much more conventional? Yes, the vast majority do take the name of their town, county or area, but thankfully for the
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Eddie Pepperell
I’ve just got back from the US Open, which was a serious test. That said, it was great and I really enjoyed it. The course was unbelievably good and it was fun, even though I didn’t play very well and missed the cut. It wasn’t like Bethpage Black, wh
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Rules
Chris Wallace, Rules manager at The R&A, reflects on an incident during the final round of the Hero Open at the Forest of Arden, where Swede Joel Sjoholm almost found himself all at sea with an interesting Rules situation. After a wayward second shot
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Holes With Elevated Drives
Host of this summer’s post-lockdown return to golf on the European Tour, Close House is an extremely enjoyable and good-looking course set on a wooded hillside rising up from the banks of the River Tyne. The 13th on the Colt course is a thrilling hol
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From The Editor
As editor of Golf Monthly, one of the roles I take the most pleasure in is reading, and replying to, letters and emails from readers. I love the opportunity to discuss all aspects of golf, and greatly value the fact that someone has taken the time to
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Are You Ready For The World Handicap System?
Developed by The R&A and USGA, the World Handicap System (WHS) represents a major shift in handicapping and will unite six bodies across the globe under one standardised method. It should also make for a fairer and more equitable system of accurately
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Titleist Tour Speed Ball £40 per dozen
Short game Tour Speed has a softer, more springy feel with the wedges and putter than Pro V1, but the chip shots still check up nicely on the second bounce, even from bad lies. An intriguing option from Titleist, seemingly blending characteristics of
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Bill Elliott
If Mr Spock ever took the time to cast an alien eye over a pro golf tournament this autumn, he might well be moved to say: “It’s golf, Jim, but not as we know it.” There are various ways to define big-time pro sport but, for now, let’s say it’s a pop
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Golf Monthly
Editor: Michael Harris Digital editor: Neil Tappin Senior content editor: Tom Clarke Technical editor: Joel Tadman Content editors: Nick Bonfield, David Taylor Editor-at-large: Bill Elliott Design director: Kevin Eason Design editor: Jamie Latchford
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The Impact Of Coronavirus On Golf
If there was a word to sum up 2020 then ‘unprecedented’ would surely be it, such has been the frequency of its usage since lockdown began. We've lived through the kind of year none of us has previously experienced, with the impact of coronavirus perv
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Callaway Big Bertha B21 Driver £449
Looks At address, the footprint is generous and the blue carbon crown with red lines adds a modern touch. It is a little triangular in shape, too – reminiscent of the impressive Big Bertha Fusion driver but a touch less drastic. This driver is for an
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Your View
I just wanted to share a pretty incredible and very happy story with all golf fans. I was on the green of the 7th hole at Denham Golf Club when I received the news about the birth of my first grandson. My next tee shot, on the par-3 8th, managed to g
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A Father And Son Take A Final Golf Trip. It Doesn't Go Well
In 1998, my father – a keen golfer – turned 70 and I wanted to get him a special golfing gift; something more than just balls or a Pringle sweater. For any normal person a new golf bag would be a real treat, but my father already had 19 of them in th
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Mizuno JPX921 Hot Metal Iron £120 per club
The JPX921 Hot Metal has been made one degree stronger in the 4- to 8-irons (7-iron: 29°) thanks to the new head design. From the address view, we actually found it difficult to tell the difference between the Hot Metal and the Hot Metal Pro. We expe
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Crossword
1 Type of tee for Woods? (5) 7 Current PGA Player of the Year (6) 8 Former commentator reports damage (4) 9 Possess credit for part of golf club (5) 10 Sung Hyun in public garden (4) 11 Type of stroke which is not played (7) 13 Five-time Ryder Cup ca
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“Augusta Tests Your Mental Fortitude More Than Any Other Golf Course”
adraig Harrington may be remembered for his exploits at The Open and his win at the USPGA, but the Irishman has a pretty decent record at Augusta too. He competed on 15 occasions between 2000 and 2015 and registered four top-tens, finishing joint fif
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Srixon ZX7 Driver £449
Looks The ZX7 has a more compact, deeper-faced profile at address compared with the ZX5. It has a simple, no-frills look on top and a very subtle alignment mark to minimise distractions over the ball. Srixon is a brand that goes under the radar, but
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Our View
In the last couple of months, we’ve seen the two extremes of scoring on the PGA Tour: Dustin Johnson’s 30-under at The Northern Trust and then Bryson DeChambeau’s masterclass at the US Open where he finished as the only player under par par. Bryson’s
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Brave New World
The 2020 Masters will be an unprecedented event for two reasons: the November start date and the fact the tournament will be contested behind closed doors. There’s no question those elements will have an impact on proceedings, but the key attributes
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Big Max Ti Lite Push Trolley £199.99
The latest push trolley from Big Max is extremely lightweight and comes with a really simple folding mechanism as well as a five-year warranty. As soon as we put our bag on the trolley we noticed how easy it was to push – it really did take minimal e
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The Game
Silencing the doubters Bryson DeChambeau’s new power-centric approach paid dividends at the US Open, with the polarising American storming to a six-shot victory at Winged Foot. He combined his prodigious driving with superb iron play and a deft touch
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The 12 Greatest Masters Shots
Although we haven't ranked our 12 greatest shots, for many, it simply has to be Tiger's chip in 2005. One ahead of Chris DiMarco, Tiger fired his tee shot through the green at the par 3 into a seemingly impossible position, the ball resting against t
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20 Years And Counting For The Titleist Pro V1
On October 15 2000, Billy Andrade held off the challenge of Phil Mickelson to win the Invensys Classic and become the first professional golfer to triumph using the Titleist Pro V1 golf ball. Fast forward 20 years to the month and it has now been use
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“I Think I’m Definitely Changing The Way People Think About The Game”
What was going through your mind when you putted in on 18? I did it. As difficult as the golf course was presented, I played it beautifully. Even through the rough, I was still able to manage my game and hit it to correct sides of the greens. I kept
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“My Ultimate Goal Is To Carry The Ball 400 Yards”
Bryson DeChambeau’s eyes light up and a devilishly happy smile stretches across his broad face. In an instant he has suddenly transformed, from the incredible bulk to a 12-year-old boy at Christmas. Only DeChambeau’s will come in November and it won’
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Best Laser Rangefinders Of 2020
We tested eight of the latest models, but which ones really stood out? • Ease of use All the lasers we tested were easy to use, although we did enjoy the stabilisation feature on the waterproof Nikon Coolshot Pro Stabilised (£499.99), where the cross
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Would You Rather Never Miss Another Fairway, Or Never Three-putt Again?
How horrible is the sensation as you watch your ball sailing inexorably towards the out of bounds, the neck-high rough or a penalty area? It must be one of the most helpless and painful feelings in golf. Can you imagine never experiencing such trauma
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One Of A Kind
Take us through the experience of arriving at Augusta for the first time and the range of emotions you experience… It was really cool. The first time I drove down Magnolia Lane I was with my coach in a hire car, and it was quite odd doing that trip i
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