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The packed new issue of Today's Golfer, Britain's best-selling golf magazine, is a driving special starring World No.2 Jon Rahm! Plus, we test 2021's drivers to find the best and reveal Golf World's best courses in Scotland. 

In 'The Driving Issue', top golf coach and YouTube star Chris Ryan brings you all the lessons you need to transform your game with the big stick before equipment guru Simon Daddow and pro Neil Wain put all of 2021's new drivers to the test and reveal the best overall along with the longest, most forgiving and best value.

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But TG is no longer just your go-to for the best golf lessons, equipment coverage and tests in golf, it is also the new home to the Golf World Top 100, the most revered courses and resorts rankings and reviews, edited by Europe's foremost golf courses writer, Chris Bertram. This month we've ranked the best golf courses in Scotland as our run of the home nation countdowns continues.

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Combined with all of the latest equipment launches, real-world golf lessons from our team of top coaches and tour pros, exclusive interviews with the game's stars of past and present and insightful columns from broadcaster Andrew Cotter, Bad Golf's John Robins and LET star Meghan MacLaren, Today's Golfer is the only golf magazine you'll ever need.

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What's inside the new issue of Today's Golfer...

Leading golf coach Chris Ryan shares his key driver lessons for more power

The key lessons to maximise distance with your driver

Leading coach and YouTube star Chris Ryan helps you unlock your full distance potential in 2021 with his key golf driver lessons, covering everything from your strike point and attack angle to spin rates, width and rotation.

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We go in-depth on Jon Rahm's new callaway golf clubs.

EXCLUSIVE: How Callaway built Jon Rahm's perfect golf bag

Callaway sprung one of the biggest equipment switch suprises in years when they announced the signing of Jon Rahm at the start of the year.

We find out exactly how the move came about, get all the details of the World No.2's new clubs and go in-depth on how he was fitted for them to help you make better choices for your bag.

Plus Rahm tells us what thinks of his new equipment and how it will improve his game in 2021. 

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The best golf drivers of 2021 revealed.

The Best Golf Drivers of 2021 revealed

With your driver swing sorted, you'll be in the market for a new big stick.

TG's equipment guru Simon Daddow and test pro Neil Wain put all of 2021's new models to the test on our launch monitor to find out which is the best overall, which is the most forgiving, which is the longest and which offers the best value.

We've got all of the findings and data but will the likes of TaylorMade SIM2, Callaway Epic or Ping G425 come out on top, or could the likes of Wilson D9, Cobra King Radspeed or Mizuno ST spring a surpise?

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Golf World Top 100: The best courses in Scotland revealed.

Golf World Top 100: The best courses in Scotland

Our countdown of the Top 100 courses in each of home nations with the ranking of Scotland's best golf layouts.

From Carnoustie and Turnberry to the Old Course and Dumbarnie, the finest courses in the land are all here - but where does your favourite rank, how many have you played and which are on your bucket list?

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Alongside the detailed ranking and stunning images, we sit down with leading golf course architect Tom MacKenzie to create a dream Scottish golf course from the best holes in the country.

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Georgia Hall, Catriona Matthew, Amy Boulden and Annika Sorenstam discuss the future of women's golf.

Taking women's golf to the next level!

Women's golf is growing fast. We sit down with Georgia Hall, Catriona Matthew, Amy Boulden and Annika Sorenstam to find out what has changed and get their views on how it continues to build on recent successes.

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Ryder Cup legend and Sky Sports analyst Paul McGinley reflects on his golf career.

This Much I Know... Paul McGinley

The Ryder Cup legend and Sky Sports analyst explains how it took an injury to convert him from Gaelic footballer to golfer, reflects on the highs and lows of his career, discusses reinventing himself as a TV pundit and talks through the future of the European Tour.

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Our undercover fourball of club golfers review Burnham and Berrow in Somerset.

TG's undercover fourball reviews Burnham and Berrow

We send our secret fourball of club golfers to Somerset to play a links course that we class as one of Britain's best... But would they agree? And would they recommend it to fellow amateurs or would B&B prove too brutal for the average player?

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All the new 2021 golf equipment revealed.

New 2021 golf equipment revealed!

We take an in-depth look at TaylorMade's SIM2 fairways and hybrids, Callaway's Apex 21 hybrids, Epic fairways and new balls ranges, examine the tech in the new Srixon Z-Star and Titleist Pro V1 balls and give you the lowdown on the new Ecco biom h4, adidas ZG21 and FootJoy Hyperflex shoes.

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vOur Play Better section is dedicated to helping you improve your golf.

Helping you play better golf

Our panel of expert coaches are here to help every aspect of your golf game in our dedicated Play Better section.

This month, across 17 pages, they sort your putting distance control, help you overcome plugged lies, how to play shots when you're 'blocked out', perfect your tempo, nail your wedge yardages, chip with fairways and hybrids, sort your iron play to break 100, 90 and 80, plus loads more!

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The latest Today's Golfer columns from Andrew Cotter, John Robins and Meg MacLaren.

Cotter, Robins and MacLaren: The best opinion pieces in golf!

Golf commentator and author Andrew Cotter discusses the 'maddening state of affairs' that is golf's closure in England and looks ahead to a time when courses reopen and fans can return.

Bad Golfer, comedian and BBC 5Live broadcaster John Robins talks through the benefits of playing a round with less clubs.

LET star Meghan MacLaren address the uncertainty surrounding the LET season amid the coronavirus lockdown and travel restrictions.

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Win a Motocaddy Pro3000 rangefinder in the new issue of Today's Golfer.

PLUS: Win a Motocaddy rangefinder!

The world's biggest-selling electric trolley brand entered the lasers market late last year with the very impressive Pro 3000 rangefinder and we've got two of them to give away in our latest issue. Worth £269.99 each, the laser weighs just 196g (including battery) and offers accuracy to less than a yard with 7X magnification at a range of 1,300 yards.

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