Golf Monthly Reviews
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Customer Golf Monthly Reviews (6)
by - written on 24/03/08 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Golf Monthly has been through a number of makeovers, but, after all, it is about 75 years old. I have subscribed for a number of years, and keep all of the back copies. It contains an excellent mixture of:- Instruction features Equipment testing Course reviews, with prices, both from the United Kingdom and from all over the world Interviews with top players Features and previews of big tournaments Extra free goodies, such as book extracts, golf balls or extra instruction Good advertisements for everything and anything to do with golf Rules questions Letters from readers Tournament reviews and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/07, updated on 29/12/07 (Useful, 53 readings)
I love my golf. In fact, I'm an incurable addict who *NEVER* wants to be cured. Because I'm such an addict, when I'm not actually playing the sport there's nothing I enjoy more than reading about it. Golf Monthly is a magazine that I often buy as it is jam packed full with useful information for a golfer, including reviews and prices of new equipment, interviews with the top players, reviews of famous (and not so famous) golf courses, and loads and loads of instructive articles on how to improve your game. The layout is bright and cheerful, with plenty of good photographs and illustrations to brighten things up. I've been ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/09 (Very useful, 12 readings)
Golf Monthly Let me start by explaining that I love golf! I play whenever possible and consider myself to be a keen amateur who is always looking to learn and improve. It is on that basis that I buy Golf Monthly, which I find is crammed full of tips, advice, information and reviews. I initially began getting this magazine when a kind family member bought me an annual subscription as a Christmas gift. Sadly, that ran out earlier in the year (though Christmas is coming so you never know, hint hint!) so I now have to buy this myself when it comes out each month. Some people (my other half for example!) do feel that at £4 a go, it is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/09 (Very useful, 116 readings)
I have now sadly stopped my subscription from this magazine, as I often find myself only having time to flick through it, so I have now decided to simply buy it when I chose, and usually try and give it a look when I take the train, plane etc. But despite my obvious lack of commitment to the magazine, I am here to sing its praises. Now if you are reading this, you will have probably seen a few golfing magazines in the past, the big three including this are Today's Golfer and Golf World, the later of which I can usually find when at school as they have a subscription. I have dabbled in them all and so I feel well placed to offer a comparison. Firstly I would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/09 (Very useful, 8 readings)
I am a regular amatuer golfer who plays off a handicap of 18 and I find this magazine one of the best golf magazines on the shelves at the moment. The magazine costs £4, which is a little on the high side and it does contain a few too many full page advertisements. However, the quality of the articles and the different levels of instruction found inside is excellent. I dont buy the magazine every month, however, every time I do I always find something that I can use to improve my game. Another valuable feature is the review of products, this is in good detail and doesn't overwhelm you with too much technobabble. This section in particular proved very useful, while ... Read the complete review
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