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Do you want to read about the biggest names in golf from the game’s best writers? Do you want to know about all the latest equipment releases, with expert and detailed analysis, so you can find the right gear for your game? Do you want easy-to-follow tips and instruction from some of the UK’s best coaches to help take your golf to the next level? And do you want hard-hitting opinion that gets to the core of the hottest topics?

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If you’re not already a subscriber, you may have missed out on some great coverage this year that included the magazine’s all-new 'The Game' front section and interviews with the likes of Dustin Johnson, Paul Casey, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas. 

And the big names will keep coming in 2022, as we look to expand our roster of writers on both sides of the Atlantic to ensure all the top stories are covered from all corners of the globe. 

Some 2021 Highlights

In our September issue, Ian Poulter revealed whether he would have swapped his Ryder Cup success for a Major, while Colin Montgomerie commented on his all-time European team. Also, Tyrrell Hatton told us why he thinks relaxed dress codes can help grow the game.

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Tyrrell Hatton was GM's cover star for our September issue

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Tommy Fleetwood was on hand to offer up his secrets to a better short game in our November issue, while Olympic Silver Medallist Rory Sabbatini explained how he came to represent Slovakia, Cameron Champ discussed social inequality and diversity on tour, while Bryson DeChambeau gave unique insights into his game.

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Our November issue featured Bryson DeChambeau 

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Meanwhile, our June issue included a raft of exclusive content on Seve Ballesteros to mark the tenth anniversary of his death, including never-before-seen family photos and a touching interview with his son, Javier.

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Fond memories: Ten years after his passing, Golf Monthly magazine remembered Seve Ballesteros

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So what's next?

Golf Monthly’s instruction content will continue to go from strength to strength and next year we are revamping our list of Top 50 Coaches with tips to help all golfers; from seasoned players to first-time beginners.

And our coverage is all-inclusive, with an even greater focus on the women’s game featuring exclusive access to the Tour’s best players, opinion from Sarah Stirk and playing advice from PGA Professional Katie Dawkins.

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Alex Narey
Alex Narey

Alex began his journalism career in regional newspapers in 2001 and moved to the Press Association four years later. He spent three years working at Dennis Publishing before first joining Golf Monthly, where he was on the staff from 2008 to 2015 as the brand's managing editor, overseeing the day-to-day running of our award-winning magazine while also contributing across various digital platforms. A specialist in news and feature content, he has interviewed many of the world's top golfers and returns to Golf Monthly after a three-year stint working on the Daily Telegraph's sports desk. His current role is diverse as he undertakes a number of duties, from managing creative solutions campaigns in both digital and print to writing long-form features for the magazine. Alex has enjoyed a life-long passion for golf and currently plays to a handicap of 13 at Tylney Park Golf Club in Hampshire.