The new issue of Today's Golfer, Britain's best-selling golf magazine, is out now and it's packed with things you simply can't afford to miss, including 22 easy ways to save shots, a guide to the best winter gear, the incredible men and women who are changing the face of golf and a 48-page guide to the best golf breaks for 2021.
Combine that with bargain rounds at Ryder Cup venues, the lowdown on Britain's newest course, a revealing interview with a former US Open champion, rules and regrets from the European Tour's retiring officials, the inside track on how Bryson DeChambeau builds his golf bag, new launches from Titleist and Cobra and the best used irons from Ping and it's an incredible package.
But if that's not enough we have our brilliant new Front Nine section bringing you all the latest news, rules, deals, heroes and villains from the world of golf, real-life lessons from our team of top coaches and tour pro, the perfect blend of hilarity and insight from columnists Andrew Cotter, John Robins and Meghan MacLaren, and some brilliant equipment and golf break giveaways.
While we're sure you already agree that TG is the only golf magazine you'll ever need, we've also got a super subscription deal this month. Not only can you enjoy superb savings on newsstand prices by getting 13 issues for just £45.40 (that's less than £3.50 per issue and they're delivered direct to your door!), we'll also send you 24 Srixon golf balls, worth £48, to welcome you as a subscriber!
Here's a closer look at 10 things you definitely won't want to miss...
Small changes for big improvements
Getting better at golf is all about those marginal gains. In our 15-page cover fratyre five of the country's leading coaches bring you 22 easy wins to help you hit every club 15 per cent better and start lowering your golf scores.
You deserve a (golf) break
After a rubbish 2020 you deserve a brilliant 2021 so we've put together the ultimate 48-page guide to the best golf escapes both at home and abroad so you can start planning your golfing getaway.
The changing faces of golf
Aaron Rai, Zane Scotland, Mel Reid, Brendan Lawler are just some of the inspirational men and women who are smashing golf's stereotypes and dragging the game into an exciting new era.
Meet the enforcers
After a combined 81 years ensuring the European Tour's stars play by the rules, retiring referees John Paramor and Andy McFee share their best and worst moments.
Building Bryson's Bag...
Bryson DeChambeau's approach to equipment is unique, so we sat down with Tom Olsavsky, Cobra's VP of R&D, to find out exactly what goes in to getting the right set-up for the US Open champ.
The man who tamed Tiger in his prime
When 2005 US Open winner Michael Campbell was listed among the "most underwhelming champions" by a US publication earlier this year it rightly drew ridicule from the world. We sat down with the fascinating New Zealander to how he held off Tiger at Pinehurst and a whole lot more.
Winter is coming...
But that doesn't it's time to pack away your golf clubs. We bring you the very best hats, jackets, waterproofs, golf balls, mitts, hand warmers, thermals and bags to help you stay dry, warm and playing your best throughout the winter.
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All-new Undercover heads to all-new Dumbarnie Links
TG Undercover has been given a makeover, so where better to send our secret fourball for their first outing than Dumbarnie Links, the UK's newest golf course. Would the Fife links live up to the considerable hype...
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Hours of golf lessons without leaving your armchair
From how to play long, wet par 3s, giving your swing some rhythm and a quick chipping fix to overcoming thinned iron shots, beating a slump and sharpening your game in the sand, our team of talented coaches have all of this and more covered.
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Christmas comes early...
We've got a two-night break for two people at five-star Turnberry, including rounds on the Ailsa and the Robert the Bruce courses to give away. Plus we have a two-night break for two at Cornwall's luxurious Trevose, and five readers will win the ultimate two-piece baselayer set from ZeroFit, worth £110, just in time for winter.