Adventures in Golf by Kevin Murray
About the book
Over the course of the past 16 years, the pages of Golf Monthly have featured scores of golf course images from world-renowned photographer, Kevin Murray.
Now, for the first time, Kevin has combined hundreds of beautiful, striking images from his extensive library into one 266-page book, Adventures in Golf, printed by Mutual Media and published by Bandit Golf Productions.
It features many of Kevin’s favourite images from the last 16 years as he has travelled his way around the world.
Within its pages you'll find mesmerising photos of golf courses from North America and Europe to the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the UK. Every photo showcases Kevin's unique skill for finding just the right angle to make the images leap from the page.
How it all started
But it might never have happened, as you will discover when you read Kevin’s accompanying commentary. He found his way into the world of photography by chance as a result of a project between Callaway Golf and St Andrews Links Trust in 2005.
That same year, Kevin undertook his first commission for Golf Monthly, creating stirring images from a decidedly wet day at Crowborough Beacon Golf Club.
Four years later, Kevin became staff photographer for the magazine. No issue since then has gone by without at least one example of his fine work, often many more.
Within the pages of his new book you will not only find hundreds of Kevin’s finest photos, but also his reflections on each shoot. There are tales of troublesome cherry pickers, uncooperative weather and new friends made in countries all around the globe.
Adventures in Golf by Kevin Murray is available via its own exclusive online bookstore at a cost of £50 + p&p.
Special Golf Monthly reader offer
The publishers are delighted to be able to offer readers of Golf Monthly a special price of £40 plus postage and packing (normal RRP £50 plus p&p). To take advantage of this special Golf Monthly offer, go to the Adventures in Golf website and enter the discount code GMMAG20 in the 'apply coupon' box before checking out. Your book will be sent to you within 10 days. Any queries please contact the publisher at email@example.com
Jeremy Ellwood has worked in the golf industry since 1993 and for Golf Monthly since 2002 when he started out as equipment editor. He is now a freelance journalist writing mainly for Golf Monthly across the whole spectrum from courses and Rules to equipment and instruction. He also edits The Golf Club Secretary Newsletter, a highly regarded trade publication for golf club secretaries and managers, and has authored or co-authored three books and written for a number of national papers including The Telegraph and The Independent. He is a senior panelist for Golf Monthly's Top 100 UK & Ireland Course Rankings and has played all of the Top 100 plus 91 of the Next 100, making him well-qualified when it comes to assessing and comparing our premier golf courses. He has now played well over 950 golf courses worldwide in 35 countries, right across the spectrum from the humblest of nine-holers in the Scottish Highlands to the very grandest of international golf resorts, but put him on a links course anywhere and he will be blissfully content.
Jezz can be contacted via Twitter - @JezzEllwoodGolf
Jeremy is currently playing...
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3 wood: Ping G425 Max 15˚ (set to flat +1), Mitsubishi Tensei AV Orange 65 S shaft
Hybrid: Ping G425 17˚, Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro Orange 80 S shaft
Irons 3-PW: Ping i525, True Temper Dynamic Gold 105 R300 shafts
Wedges: Ping Glide 4.0 50˚ and 54˚, 12˚ bounce, True Temper Dynamic Gold 105 R300 shafts
Putter: Ping Fetch 2021 model, 33in shaft (set flat 2)
Ball: Varies but mostly now TaylorMade Tour Response
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