Today's Golfer Reviews
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Customer Today's Golfer Reviews (5)
by - written on 28/06/10 (Very useful, 193 readings)
I first began to buy today's golfer when I first took up golf. I found each magazine to be very helpful in giving details about difference clubs, courses and how to improve your game. Each magazine specialises in one area each month, while still giving other details such as a 52 shot guide to shots, while detailing clubs for different handicaps. The front page of the magazine is quite usual, but still distinctive and effective with the use of white text. It details what the magazine is going to be about this month. There are a lot of pages of advertising in this magazine, but this does not effect my opinion negatively because they are all relevant displaying ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/02, updated on 19/11/02 (Useful, 458 readings)
I am slowly but surely becoming a golf enthusiast. Hardly a week goes by now when I am not at the local golf range or at the course. Consequently I avidly seek out golf magazines in bookshops,particularly those geared to improving the "ordinary" golfers game. Today"s Golfer is a monthly published by EMAP Pursuite Publishing Limited and the cover price of this publication is around Stg 3 pounds. I have to pay considerably more since the local booksellers mark up the prices of British, Australian and American publications. This golfing title focuses very much on instruction,courses and star players. As regards the former there are loads ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/09 (Useful, 18 readings)
I have been a subscriber to this magazine for the last 2 years or so and picked it up for a good discounted price and have since received 12 srixon ad333 balls for changing over to a quarterly payment so pleased with that. A lot of interesting,informative articles that sometimes go round in a circle as you tend to get reviews on clubs,bags,balls etc every so often but that is just a minor down side. Lots of instructional tips and articles from some top players,mainly aimed at the higher handicap golfer though. Very good course review section,a top course is reviewed every month. You get free gifts with this magazine regularly and it also does good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/00, updated on 08/12/00 (Useful, 1065 readings)
I am a keen golfer. I play off a handicap of 5. I have been buying golf mags for a couple of years. When I was learning the game I used to buy Todays golfer every month. I found it very useful because it allows the high handicaper to have some insight into how to get started in the game. They alway have an article that tells you to hit it further - the object of every high handicapper. I think this is a good technique because the majority of golfers are rabbits, but they seldom offer anything for the lower handicaper. I think if they wanted a well rounded mag they should keep some of their articles, but they should maybe put in article more ... Read the complete review
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