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What's in the new issue of Today's Golfer magazine?

The packed new issue of Today's Golfer, Britain's best-selling golf magazine, has everything you need to improve your golf and knowledge of the game, including , an Olympics preview, our test longer driver shaftts and big-brand irons, plus a summer style guide and Phil Mickelson's equipment secrets.

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Plus we bring you the Golf World Top 100 Courses and Resorts in France and a fantastic supplement to help you increase your power and improve your accuracy and control.

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Today's Golfer fixes your putting.

Make more putts!

No more three-putts and missed two-footers. We bring you 15 ways to get better on the greens, fast. Plus we reveal down the 10 greatest putts of all time.

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The best golf courses and resorts in France.

The best golf courses and resorts in France

Many of Europe's best golf courses and resorts are just a hope across the Channel away. We reveal the best France has to offer so you can start planning your post-lockdown getaway. 

RELATED: Best Golf Resorts in Great britain and Ireland

Today's Golfer Olympics preview.

The Olympics golf preview

A year later than planned, the Olympics are just around the corner and a host of the world's best golfers will be heading to Tokyo to battle it out for the gold medals. We bring you everything you need to know about the course and events, plus Justin Rose reflects on winning gold for Team GB and the impact it's had on his career.

RELATED: Which golfers will play in the Olympics?

Steve Astle and TaylorMade improve your golf.

More power, accuracy and control

A special 20-page magazine dedicated to improving every aspect of your game with the help of leading PGA Pro Steve Astle and TaylorMade.

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How Phil Builds his bag

Callaway and Mickelson give us an in-depth guide to the US PGA Champion's bag, how they create the clubs and what you can learn from the six-time Major champion's set-up.

RELATED: How Jon Rahm builds his bag

Today's Golfer interview Richard Bland.

Richard Bland interview

It's been an incredible couple of months for the 48-year-old. First he won his first European Tour title, the British Masters, at the 478th time of asking. That victory took him to the US Open where the Englishman led after 36-holes, becoming the oldest ever player to lead the tournament at that stage. We sat down with Bland to discuss his whirlwind 2021, reflect on his career and find out what the future holds.

RELATED: Shane Lowry – "Winning The Open hasn't changed me"

Equipment revealed and tested in the new issue of Today's Golfer.

All the latest golf gear reviews and tests

From PowaKaddy's new push trolleys to the return of MacGregor, and the best summer apparel to tests of Srixon and PXG's 2021 irons to discover which is right for you. Plus, we test longer driver shafts to find out if longer equals longer and you should be following the lead of Bryson and Phil.

RELATED: Tested – Longest Driver 2021

We meet six incredible golfers who've overcome the odds.

The Incredibles

We meet six golfers who've overcome the odds and battled back to continue chasing their golfing dreams. Their stories are incredible.

Today's Golfer's undercover golfers head to Sherwood Forest.

Would Sherwood Forest prove rich or poor?

We send our undercover fourball to Robin Hood country Sherwood Forest to see if Sherwood Forest lives up to its excellent reputation.

RELATED: The Top 100 Golf Courses in England

Our team of PGA pros help to fix your game for lower golf scores.

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, they help you with downhill chips, pitches into the wind, start your swing online, get your driving fundamentals right, simplify your mind, play the low running shot and loads more!

RELATED: Mark Crossfield fixes your short game

John Robins and Meghan MacLaren both write for Today's Golfer magazine.

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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Everything you need to know about the world of golf.

All the latest golf news and views

How you can get tickets to the 150th Open Championship, how to get a handicap when you're not a member, the best equipment bargains, Srixon's revolutionary new ball, snooker ace Shaun Murphy on his golf ambitons, your rules questions answered, your guide to the Evian Championship, the man who ran 93km and played 252 holes of golf in under 12 hours, and loads more!

RELATED: Why are some green fees too expensive?

Win a golf break to Madeira and Honma wedges.

Win fantastic prizes!

Don't miss your chance to win a luxurious break in Madeira and Honma wedges!

RELATED: Golf Escapes 2021

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