Golf blog by David Millar who embarked on a journey to play the four golf courses on the four most extreme compass points of mainland Great Britain - discovering Durness,…

Golf blog from Martin Bedbrough who looks back at the 2009 season both on a personal front and on Tour where four surprise Major winners emerged

A tale from the Golf Monthly Forum as Ali Bacon aka AliB takes you through one of his best rounds of golf, despite a 12 on the card. The message…

Being a subscriber to Golf Monthly and an equipment fanatic, I look forward to receiving each new edition and skipping straight to the equipment section with special interest in the…

Stephen Griffiths gives us his story of the day he met Seve as a nervous youngster with pen and program in hand

Forum Blog: Golfaholic

My name is Jon, and I am a golfaholic. A story of one man's obsession with the game of golf

Scant reward for a good round

So you play well only to get cut! There seems to be scant reward for a good round of golf when you tee-up a few days later

Most of us have made that much needed trip to the range. But what constitutes a good lesson... in fact, what makes good coaching?

Forum Blog: A lesson to learn

Lessons, lessons, lessons...but when should we just relax and go with the swing that works for us?

Forum Blog: The eternal quest

Regular forum blogger "Toad" keeps us up to date with progress, as he attempts to become a single figure handicapper.

GM Forum: Are you a golfbloke?

Bingo, one of the famous five golfers who have banded together to form explains what is all about

Done well at Dundonald

For forum member John Boag (aka Toad) it was not so much a case of wind in the willows as a gale across the links when he gleefully took up…

The Montal Cup

The wonderful Montal Cup is the highlight of the year for our France based correspondent