October

  • Golf Gifts that keep on giving

    Thursday, 28 November 2019

    Want to get someone a golf gift that will be used over and over again? We've put together a list of gifts that will keep on giving! From a dozen golf balls to our pick of insulating tops, golf travel covers and more, find out which sort of gifts you should consider for the golf mad person in your life. Golf Balls  It's...

  • 10 Golf Gifts for men

    Thursday, 28 November 2019

    Searching for a golf gift but aren't sure where to start? Look no further! No matter whether you are just looking to spend £10 or a lot more, here's our guide to 10 gifts we know every golfer would be happy to receive!  Personalised Golf Balls - from £28 Personalisation can be applied to virtually everything we buy nowadays, so it’s unsurprising the...

  • OUT NOW: The latest issue of TG

    Thursday, 21 November 2019

    What you need to know about the latest issue of TG A note from the editor One of my (publishable) nicknames in the TG office is "caveman". More than one of my colleagues says I hit the ball with all the finesse of a Neanderthal attacking a woolly mammoth, and I'd probably agree. My driver is by far the most used club...

  • British architect's design is named 'World's Best New Course'

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Wednesday, 30 October 2019

    Dubai Hills – the most recent course created by Berkshire-based European Golf Design – has been named the 'World's Best New Golf Course' at the prestigious World Golf Awards. Dubai Hills was chosen ahead of seven other nominees from around the world to land the title at the annual awards, with contenders including Jack Nicklaus' Michlifen in Morocco, spectacular Hoiana Shores...

  • 10 Reasons to buy the latest issue of TG

    Wednesday, 23 October 2019

    10 Reasons to buy the latest issue of Today's Golfer A note from the Editor Do you take your course for granted? Many of us do. We rock up first thing on a Sunday morning, expecting leaves and dew to have been brushed off greens, flags moved, bunkers and fairways immaculately presented. We don't want muddy paths, or scruffy traps, or divots,...

  • Mind Games: 5 Ways we're making the game harder

    Wednesday, 23 October 2019

    Five ways we're making golf harder than it actually is This tip comes from TG Top 50 coach Karl Morris, who runs The Mind Factor When we consider golf asks us to place a 1.68in ball into a 4.25in hole 400 yards away – and casually suggests we should need no more than four shots to do it – we can surely...

  • Pitch your idea to the European Tour Innovation Hub

    Wednesday, 9 October 2019

    The European Tour's Innovation Hub wants YOU to pitch ideas that could be tested at an event next year!  Fancy yourself as a golf entrepreneur? The European Tour wants to hear from you. They’ve teamed up with Tata Communications to launch a global competition to find the best concept to help enhance the game of golf. And the best bit is...

  • From beginner to Pro in 2.5 years... on one leg!

    Wednesday, 9 October 2019

    Mike Browne has made fast progress since taking up golf as an Army amputee. His advice will make you a better golfer, while his story cannot fail to inspire you Imagine I told you about a man who didn't pick up a golf club until he was 36 years old. Imagine that, within a year, his handicap had plummeted from 28...

  • All change in Golf World’s New Top 100 European Golf Courses Ranking

    Tuesday, 8 October 2019

    All change: Some big rise and falls and five new entries feature in Golf World’s New Top 100 European Golf Courses Ranking  Our sister magazine, Golf World, has just released its latest Top 100 Golf Courses: Continental Europe ranking – and golf course aficionados will notice some very surprising and significant changes since the list was last published in 2017. For...