Inside Today’s Golfer: Tech special, Open preview and celebration + FREE balls!

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What’s inside the new issue of Today’s Golfer, how to buy your copy, and how you can become a member!

You cannot afford to miss the latest issue of Today’s Golfer. Our packed ‘Tech Issue’ stars Open champion, Collin Morikawa, as we help you play smart to lower your scores. Then there’s our in-depth Open Championship preview ahead of the year’s final Major at St Andrews and our ranking of the Top 100 inland golf courses in Britain and Ireland.

Buy the new issue of Today's Golfer.

Plus you get a superb 84-page magazine celebrating the 150 years of The Open, including an exclusive interview with Jack Nicklaus!

And, as if that’s not enough, anyone who buys our magazine on the newsstand gets a FREE TaylorMade Tour Response golf ball, worth £3.33, with every reader able to claim another two via our new app! Find out more below.

Let’s take a closer look at what’s in the new issue of Today’s Golfer

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The new issue of Today's Golfer is a tech special.

How technology is changing golf

In our tech special, we delve into everything, from distance measuring devices, shot trackers, and trolleys, to understanding which shaft you should use, the best alignment golf balls and 3D putters.

Plus, we take three TG readers for a driver fitting to see how much modern tech can improve their games, and TaylorMade Senior Tour manager Adrian Rietveld gives us the lowdown on the technical work he did with Scottie Scheffler‘s equipment to help him win the Masters and reach World No.1.

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We preview the 150th Open Championship at St Andrews.

Open preview

Reigning champion Collin Morikawa joins us to talk about his victory at Royal St George’s and his hopes for St Andrews. We answer the five key questions around this year’s tournament (including who will win!), bring you the caddie’s guide to the Old Course, take you for a tour of the famous Auld Grey Toon, and bring you the secret story of the Swilcan Burn. Plus, we find out why the Old Course was originally played in revers, and explain the names of the holes.

We help you learn the shots needed for links golf.

How to play links golf

Inevitably thoughts of The Open will inspire us all to want to get out and play links golf, which is why we’ve enlisted the help of, Steve North, St Andrews Links Trust’s Director of Instruction, to explain the four shots every golfer will need and teach you how to play them! From escaping pot bunkers to the knockdown shot under the wind, and bump and run chips, you’ll fast become a master of the coastal courses!

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We celebrate 150 years of The Open Championship.

Celebrating 150 years of The Open

Our special 84-page magazine includes a world exclusive interview with Jack Nicklaus along with a host of the tournament’s other legends, a look back at the 40 greatest moments, Ivor Robson’s memories, every Open course and winner, the secrets of the famous Claret Jug and the story of Ben Hogan’s one and only Open appearance.

The best inland golf courses in Britain and Ireland.

Britain and Ireland’s best inland courses

Links courses often grab the headlines in our rankings, which is why we’ve produced our inaugural list of the best inland golf courses in Britain and Ireland – and they are all stunning! As well as the full 100, we’ve broken the list down by country with Top 100 Editor Chris Bertram bringing you everything you need to know about the courses. How many have you played and where will you head next?

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our expert team of golf coaches help to improve your game.

Play better golf today!

Life’s too short to play bad golf. Our expert coaches will help you improve every aspect of your physical, strategic and mental game. You can thank them when your scores start to plummet!

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Bad Golf's John Robins and LET star Meg MacLaren write exclusively for Today's Golfer.

The best columnists in golf!

Bad Golfer John Robins and LET star Meghan MacLaren write exclusively for Today’s Golfer bringing you hilarious stories, advice and tour insight.

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Superb prizes and offers!

This month every reader who buys the issue from the newsstand will find a TaylorMade Tour Response golf ball, worth £3.33, in the bag. And every reader can claim a two-ball sleeve of Tour Response golf balls via our new app!

And we’re also giving you the chance to win a superb golf break for two at Pula Golf Resort in Mallorca!

Today's Golfer is Britain's No.1 golf magazine.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Rob Jerram is Today's Golfer's Digital Editor.


Rob Jerram is the Digital Editor of todaysgolfer.co.uk

He has been a journalist for more than 20 years, starting his career with Johnston Press where he covered local and regional news and sport in a variety of editorial roles across ten years.

Rob joined Bauer Media in 2010 and worked as the Senior Production Editor of Today’s Golfer and Golf World magazines for ten years before moving into the Digital Editor’s role in July 2020.

He has been playing golf for almost three decades and has been a member at Greetham Valley Golf Club in Rutland for eight years, playing off a 12 handicap.

Rob uses a Ping G driver, Ping G 3-wood, TaylorMade M5 5-wood, TaylorMade P790 irons (4-PW), Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth wedges (52º, 56º, 60º), Evnroll ER2 putter, and TaylorMade Tour Response golf ball.

You can contact Rob here.

      

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