The latest issue of Golf Monthly is packed with the best new gear, features, tour news and instruction, as well as a FREE 32-page long-game tips supplement. We also hear from golfing legend Butch Harmon and look at how to conquer seven round-defining shots...
1. FREE Ultimate Long-Game Supplement
Take your game to the next level with the help of our Top 25 Coaches.
2. Butch Harmon
We meet the legendary coach to talk about his life in golf and memories of the game's greats.
3. The Best New Gear
Our testing team give their verdicts on the best gear releases this month.
4. Sarah Stirk Joins The GM Team
The Sky Sports Golf presenter starts a monthly column where she'll discuss a broad range of topics across both the men's and women's game.
5. Conquer Seven Round-Defining Shots
PGA Professional Alex Elliott helps you pull off some of the common risk/reward shots you may be confronted with out on the course.
6. Adam Scott
The Australian tells us he's determined to add to his win at The Masters in 2013 with more Major titles.
7. The Best Courses You Can Play
We feature some of the best places you can play, both here and abroad, and look at some of our best drivable par-4s, including the 6th at Heythrop Park (above).
Photography: Getty Images, Kevin Murray, Andy Hiseman
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David joined Golf Monthly in 2015 as a content editor for the magazine and regularly contributes to the website. He has worked in magazine publishing and editing since 2003. He is a keen golfer and up until recently was a member of Blackmoor Golf Club in Hampshire. He has covered various big events and tournaments for GM, the highlight of which was witnessing Tiger Woods win his 15th Major at Augusta in 2019. Email: email@example.com
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