2010

  • Advent calendar being updated

    Written by TG Features Writer on Friday, 17 December 2010

    We would like to spologise for the fact the last two days of the Advent Calendar have not been accessible. This is due to illness within the web team, but we're updating it right now and all the relevant days' videos and competition will be live by the end of today (Friday). Thank you for your understanding and Merry Christmas!...

  • Treat someone to a magazine subscription this Christmas!

    Written by Harriet Linton, TG Web Producer on Thursday, 2 December 2010

    Sometimes it can be really tricky finding the perfect gift for the guy or girl who seems to have everything. Today's Golfer, Golf World and TodaysGolfer.co.uk are part of a massive magazine and website group, which produces 64 monthly and weekly publications covering all walks of life. Fantastic choice You will have seen most of them while browsing through your local newsagents...

  • New blog post from Gary Wolstenholme

    Written by Gary Wolstenholme on Tuesday, 30 November 2010

    The Handa Cup Senior Masters Japan is a beautiful country and the course at Ohmurasaki Golf Club, Saitama, is fabulous, with some breathtaking scenery. My game seemed to suffer at the beginning of the event, and it was complete carnage on the first day as I shot an unimpressive 73. The course certainly favoured the locals, with three players in the top four positions...

  • Win fabulous prizes in our exclusive Today's Golfer Advent Calendar!

    Written by Harriet Linton, TG Web Producer on Monday, 29 November 2010

    Who wants a piece of chocolate every day when you can have an exciting golfing nugget courtesy of Today's Golfer? The TG Advent Calendar will give you a new competition, instruction video, equipment clip or exclusive offer from December 1 to Christmas Day. We have golf clubs, golf balls, DVDS, magazines, holidays, tee times, books and loads more up for grabs in our...

  • Amazing subscription deals available now

    Written by TG Features Writer on Thursday, 25 November 2010

    A subscription to Today's Golfer, the best golf magazine on the planet, is a perfect Christmas present, and there are some terrific deals available at www.greatmagazines.co.uk. You can get an annual subscription (13 issues) for just £46, including a special limited edition box of a dozen Srixon Z Star ball - a saving of 25! There are also great deals to be...

  • TG Poll: Who will be the dominant golfer in 2011?

    Written by TG Features Writer on Tuesday, 23 November 2010

    Few people could have predicted what happened in the world of golf this year, but we're asking you to look into your crystal balls and tell us which golfer you're expecting to be most dominant in 2011. Tiger Woods has failed to win an event for the first season since he turned professional and has been overtaken at the top of...

  • Seve in London for charity event

    Written by TG Courses editor on Friday, 19 November 2010

    Seve Ballesteros touches down in London on November 30th to host an exclusive networking event for Cancer Research UK at Battersea Evolution, London.  Viva La Vida – which translates into ‘Live the Life’ – is a truly unique celebration of life and golf, which gives businesses and their clients the unique opportunity to join stars from the worlds of sport, music...

  • Mourinho backs Portugal Ryder Cup bid

    Written by TG Courses editor on Thursday, 18 November 2010

    José Mourinho is used to picking winning teams and that is exactly what the former Chelsea manager believes he has done now that he has agreed to become the Ambassador for Portugal’s bid to host the Ryder Cup in 2018. “I always play to win and I know everyone connected to the 2018 Portuguese Ryder Cup bid is exactly the same,”...

  • Midnight golf in Iceland... In a Jaguar

    Written by Chris Jones, Editor of Golf World on Tuesday, 16 November 2010

    Most people head south for their golf holidays, but not Golf World Editor Chris Jones. He took a three-hour flight north, to Iceland, to see what the Arctic can offer golfers. He was joined by the editor of CAR magazine, Phil McNamara, who was testing the new Jaguar XJ in the country. With virtual 24-hour daylight on offer, it meant we could...

  • Rate My Swing: Conor N

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Monday, 15 November 2010

    "Conor, what a great looking swing and a great pre-shot routine too. You are obviously going to be a decent player if you are not down to a low handicap already. "There isn't a lot wrong with your swing but if I was going to change anything there are two small areas to look at. In the takeaway, you tend to 'roll'...

  • Ryder Cup behind-the-scenes DVD

    Written by TG staff writer on Friday, 12 November 2010

    It is one of the greatest competitions in sport. In recent times it has produced and provided more tension,drama and excitement than any other event in the world. It is the Ryder Cup, Europe versus USA and it is special. And this year more so than ever before: for the very first time you can get a glimpse behind the scenes...

  • Results - Most Improved Golfer 2010!

    Written by TG Instruction Editor on Wednesday, 10 November 2010

    Have you improved more than any other Handicap Tracker user this summer? Thousands of you have been registering your scores with TG’s FREE Handicap Tracker service over the summer in a bid to become the UK’s Most Improved Golfer in 2010. There have been some wonderful performances and competition has been fierce for the three prizes in each category. ...

  • TG subscription even cheaper for one day only!

    Written by TG Features Writer on Monday, 8 November 2010

    A subscription to Today's Golfer, the best golf magazine on the planet, is a perfect Christmas present, and to make it even better value than the already great deal on offer we're doing a special Deal Day. For one day only (Tuesday 9 November) you can save 32% and get a year-long subcription to TG for just £36. You'll get 13 issues of...

  • Two NEC Golf Show tickets for the price of one with TG

    Written by TG Features Writer on Monday, 1 November 2010

    Today's Golfer has teamed up with the NEC Golf Show to offer you the fantastic deal of two tickets for the price of one. From November 26-28, Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre will once more showcase everything golf when the NEC Golf Show opens its doors. Golf nuts can test the very latest equipment from major equipment manufacturers, with more lined up to...

  • Save £5 on a Lee Westwood puttmaster

    Written by Harriet Linton on Monday, 25 October 2010

    Hard to believe that a small green mat, precision fabricated with two parallel rails and a single white line can change a Professional golfer's life so quickly. That's what's happened since Lee Westwood has been using his Puttmaster pocket sized putt training mat.   The Puttmaster was developed to enable instant accurate target alignment and promote a sq-sq-sq stroke and be...

  • Monty in car crash shock

    Written by TG staff writer on Friday, 22 October 2010

    Ryder Cup hero Colin Montgomerie was forced to withdraw from a charity walk today after being involved in a car crash near Glasgow. Monty, who captained Europe to victory in the Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor earlier this month, was driving his BMW southbound on the A80 when the acccident happened. He admitted he was lucky to walk away from the crash "relatively...

  • Celeb golf day raises £125,000 for charity

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Thursday, 21 October 2010

    CLIC Sargent patrons Eddie Jordan and Barry McGuigan hosted a charity golf day at Sunningdale GC last Tuesday which raised £125,000 for children and young people with cancer. Keen golfers were captained by top sporting and television celebrities including Jamie Redknapp, Lawrence Dallaglio, Mark Ramprakash, Steve Rider, Alan Hansen, Damon Hill, Sir Steve Redgrave and Chris Hollins for...

  • Rate My Swing: mocall12

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Wednesday, 20 October 2010

    "Mocall, looks like you have a really good-looking swing. Your set up and swing motion look very orthodox. "Obviously, with not hitting a ball the swing can be a touch misleading sometimes as we often have slight changes once we try to strike anything; people often say 'I've got a great practice swing'. The key is being able to put a...

  • TG Poll: How many golf lessons have you had this year?

    Written by TG Features Writer on Wednesday, 13 October 2010

    We all want to become better golfers but how many of us invest the time and money required in lessons with qualified PGA pros? Some people believe lessons are just for beginners while others don't want to sacrifice time on the course for tuition on the range, but there's no doubt that lessons would improve the majority of club golfers.  ...

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