Master every club in your bag with our latest issue - plus exclusive interviews, new gear tested and features that include a mongolian golf adventure.
While we tend to group golf technique into one desirable set of rules, the fact is that your set of clubs consists of a range of weapons, designed to achieve differing objectives and demanding different key skills.
In this issue, our cover feature focuses on the specific area of technique you need to focus on if you're going to make your fastest progress.
But there's much more than that in our tips and gear special issue - from interviews with England's rising star, a fascinating chat with one of the world's most foremost instructors David Leadbetter, and a my life in golf with Piers Morgan.
Here's our guide to why you should buy the newest edition of Today's Golfer.
Master every club: Hit every club better
To get more out of your clubs, tailor your approach to each. TG Top 50 coach and Top Gear tester Chris Ryan teaches you how to use simple drills to work on those key skills, giving your game a welcome all-round improvement. From Woods to irons to wedges and your putter, tailor your approach to each club in the bag and watch your handicap tumble.
Mongolian Golf Adventure
"It was physically the hardest thing I've ever done": Read the incredible story of a 1200 mile challenge that took Adam Rolston across frozen rivers, up and over glaciers and in to the 40-degree heat of the Gobi Desert. Along the way, he had lost 135 golf balls, ridden a camel and indavertently adopted a dog... but it all lead to completing the longest hole in golf.
The Godfather of modern coaching: David Leadbetter interview
David Leadbetter has worked with the greats of the game, so who better to dispel some of the myths about teaching and the golf swing? We chat to the voice of experience about his teaching philosophy, the greatest fault of amateur golfers, the keys to practicing effectively and his best tips.
The day I caddied for Sergio Garcia
We all know the story of Mark Johnson, who tweeted at his hero for 206 days in a row until Sergio let him realise his dream during the Pro-Am at the British Masters. In his own words, Johnson writes exactly what happened before, during and after he became Sergio Garcia's one-time caddie - and it's an incredible read.
Andrew Cotter Column: Q-School
In his latest TG Collumn, Andrew Cotter talks about the one event that captures the true drama of tournament golf... Q-School. November is the month that really matters for one particular set of golfers, who travel to the south of Spain for the final stages of the European Tour's Qualifying school. And in this month's TG, Cotter talks all about the more 'human' aspect of golf tournaments, which can mean just the finest of margins for players gaining their card or not.
Nick Dougherty Column: Lost European Tour events
It's now been a just over a year since Nick Dougherty played his last ever event at the Dunhill Links Championship - and in his latest column Nick reflects on the lack of European based events on the Tour and how it has changed since he turned professional. "There will be seven European Tour events in the UK and Irealnd next year, but it still doesn't feel like enough," Dougherty says.
Gear Test: Fast, fun and forgiving irons
How do TaylorMade's new uber forgiving M-CGB irons copmare to the competition? Super game improvement irons have always had a reputation for being ugly ducklings, and admittedly uber forgiveness has certainly come with it's trade-offs - usually in the form of wide soles, huge cavity backs and thick top edges. But now designers are concentrating a lot more closesly on these models both being nicer looking and better performing than ever.
The TG Top 50: Winter Specials
Don't put your clubs in to hibernation just yet and take advantage of these green free deals! Some golfers pack away their clubs at this time of year - but we think they are missing out on gorgeous, crisp mornings ... and tons of pre-spring practice. But that's not all. Most importantly, they are missing out on playing top 100 courses for a lot less money.
My Life in Golf: Piers Morgan
Love him or hate him, Piers Morgan can never be accused of sugar-coating his views. For comedy factor alone, he's great value and a world away from the tough, hard-hitting presenter we see on screen. But don't think he doesn't take things seriously on the golf course. He is actually fiercely competitive, and reckons he deserves an award for shooting the highest-scoring round with a hole-in-one. In this month's my life in golf, the outspoken presenter on learning from Ernie, debating politics with Rory and whether Donald Trump really does play off three...
From breaking down Paul Dunne's putting technique to bunker drills and swing advice, our TG Top 50 coaches hand out brilliant advice that covers every facet of your game. This month, we focus on killing your slice, cue-ing up a solid putting stroke, a tip to help you get out of the sand every time and getting rid of bad swings.
Jordan Smith: Interview with the 'other' Jordan
There are two Jordans in the world's top 100, and one of them is an English winner who has already proved himself in a Major. It's been a whirlwind 12 months for the 24-year-old from Wiltshire, who has worked his way from Euro Pro to Challenge to European Tours, winning on each. He claimed the Porsche European Open in July and followed up by emerging best Brit in his first Major, the US PGA at Quail Hollow. It is an amazing transformation, especially when you consider he was lifting top amateur title the Brabazon Trophy just four years ago. He's surprised a lot of people, but not himself...