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Golf Magazine

Apr 01 2021
Magazine

Golf Magazine is the number one source for golf instruction, equipment and travel, including: exclusive instruction from our Top 100 Teachers in America, introspective interviews with the game’s rising stars and old masters, and short-game tips from guru David Pelz. Plus, you’ll get the latest in gear, including ClubTest equipment reviews, and private lessons, tips personalized for your game. Subscriber's Automatic Renewal Program: You authorize Zinio to charge your credit/debit card, or paypal account, at the price above now and in time to renew your monthly subscription, without interruption, before the start of each new term at the rate then in effect unless you tell us to stop. You may cancel at any time during your subscription by contacting customer service. If your credit/debit card or paypal account cannot be charged, we'll bill you directly instead.

Golf Magazine

Passion Play

Dream State

Puma’s Mastersthemed X Collection lids deliver old-school branding with a modern twist.

This Golfing Life with Michael Bamberger • Man of Magnitude In 1975, Lee Elder became the first Black golfer to tee it up at the Masters. Nearly 50 years later, he’ll have honors again.

ON THE NUMBER MASTERS EDITION • There’s data behind every swing. We crunch it so you don’t have to.

Ask The Rules Guy

Handsome Devil • Tasmania’s golf pleasures are legendary. Add to them Bill Coore’s ruggedly gorgeous new short course Bougle Run.

Bryson Explains… • The 2020 U.S. Open champ fixes your fats and thins. And speaking of thin, learn how he plans to get leaner—and even faster.

Endgamers • When a tournament is on the line, some Tour players are just more money than others

Peachy Keen • Dessert lovers say ‘Well played!’ to this Augusta National menu mainstay

Jessica Korda • The six-time tour winner debuted an improved swing in the LPGA’s 2021 season kickoff event. Boy did it work.

Money Game with Paul Sullivan • It Takes a Village Or at least one deep-pocketed sponsor to help most aspiring golf pros meet their steep expenses. As generosity goes, it’s a win. As an investment? A coin toss.

Tradition Evolves • CELEBRATE A CAREER ROUND—OR FORGET ONE ALTOGETHER—WITH SOMETHING NEW AND SPECIAL

Master-ful • The Masters’ Every Shot, Every Hole coverage is an innovative, all-access execution of state-of-the-art broadcast tech

A Sip of Holy Water • If you consider Augusta National our game’s cathedral, the Azalea cocktail is its most sacred quaff

Welcome to the Side Bar • WE HAVE THREE SIGNATURE DRINKS, WHICH MAKES NO SENSE, BUT WE’RE AN IMAGINARY BAR SO DON’T OVERTHINK IT

Jennifer Kupcho • The LPGA young gun got a career jump when she won the 2019 Augusta National Women’s Am. The tourney returns this month—sans a lucky pro.

The Lost Art of Not Laying Up • GOLFTEC VP of Instruction Nick Clearwater offers PGA Tour data on why playing it too safe can often be a detriment to your scorecard

My Favorite Places

ENGINEERED FOR SUCCESS • Following the science wherever it leads has made PING as resistant to twisting—and technology-focused—as its clubs, including the new G425 family

ROAD WARRIOR • For Titleist Tour rep J.J. VanWezenbeeck, the work—and travel—never stop

TAYLORMADE SIM VERSUS SIM2 • Are TaylorMade’s new SIM2 drivers actually better than last year’s model? Let’s see how they compare head-to-head.

BRIGHT BUYS

LADIES SETS TAKE SHAPE • Brands are giving serious and deserving attention to gear tailored specifically for women with an often-ignored need for speed

BUSHNELL PHANTOM 2 GPS • Merely guessing your yardage to the pin can lead to disaster. That’s why Bushnell’s Phantom 2 GPS rangefinder focuses on providing...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 130 Publisher: EB Golf Media Edition: Apr 01 2021

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Golf Magazine is the number one source for golf instruction, equipment and travel, including: exclusive instruction from our Top 100 Teachers in America, introspective interviews with the game’s rising stars and old masters, and short-game tips from guru David Pelz. Plus, you’ll get the latest in gear, including ClubTest equipment reviews, and private lessons, tips personalized for your game. Subscriber's Automatic Renewal Program: You authorize Zinio to charge your credit/debit card, or paypal account, at the price above now and in time to renew your monthly subscription, without interruption, before the start of each new term at the rate then in effect unless you tell us to stop. You may cancel at any time during your subscription by contacting customer service. If your credit/debit card or paypal account cannot be charged, we'll bill you directly instead.

Golf Magazine

Passion Play

Dream State

Puma’s Mastersthemed X Collection lids deliver old-school branding with a modern twist.

This Golfing Life with Michael Bamberger • Man of Magnitude In 1975, Lee Elder became the first Black golfer to tee it up at the Masters. Nearly 50 years later, he’ll have honors again.

ON THE NUMBER MASTERS EDITION • There’s data behind every swing. We crunch it so you don’t have to.

Ask The Rules Guy

Handsome Devil • Tasmania’s golf pleasures are legendary. Add to them Bill Coore’s ruggedly gorgeous new short course Bougle Run.

Bryson Explains… • The 2020 U.S. Open champ fixes your fats and thins. And speaking of thin, learn how he plans to get leaner—and even faster.

Endgamers • When a tournament is on the line, some Tour players are just more money than others

Peachy Keen • Dessert lovers say ‘Well played!’ to this Augusta National menu mainstay

Jessica Korda • The six-time tour winner debuted an improved swing in the LPGA’s 2021 season kickoff event. Boy did it work.

Money Game with Paul Sullivan • It Takes a Village Or at least one deep-pocketed sponsor to help most aspiring golf pros meet their steep expenses. As generosity goes, it’s a win. As an investment? A coin toss.

Tradition Evolves • CELEBRATE A CAREER ROUND—OR FORGET ONE ALTOGETHER—WITH SOMETHING NEW AND SPECIAL

Master-ful • The Masters’ Every Shot, Every Hole coverage is an innovative, all-access execution of state-of-the-art broadcast tech

A Sip of Holy Water • If you consider Augusta National our game’s cathedral, the Azalea cocktail is its most sacred quaff

Welcome to the Side Bar • WE HAVE THREE SIGNATURE DRINKS, WHICH MAKES NO SENSE, BUT WE’RE AN IMAGINARY BAR SO DON’T OVERTHINK IT

Jennifer Kupcho • The LPGA young gun got a career jump when she won the 2019 Augusta National Women’s Am. The tourney returns this month—sans a lucky pro.

The Lost Art of Not Laying Up • GOLFTEC VP of Instruction Nick Clearwater offers PGA Tour data on why playing it too safe can often be a detriment to your scorecard

My Favorite Places

ENGINEERED FOR SUCCESS • Following the science wherever it leads has made PING as resistant to twisting—and technology-focused—as its clubs, including the new G425 family

ROAD WARRIOR • For Titleist Tour rep J.J. VanWezenbeeck, the work—and travel—never stop

TAYLORMADE SIM VERSUS SIM2 • Are TaylorMade’s new SIM2 drivers actually better than last year’s model? Let’s see how they compare head-to-head.

BRIGHT BUYS

LADIES SETS TAKE SHAPE • Brands are giving serious and deserving attention to gear tailored specifically for women with an often-ignored need for speed

BUSHNELL PHANTOM 2 GPS • Merely guessing your yardage to the pin can lead to disaster. That’s why Bushnell’s Phantom 2 GPS rangefinder focuses on providing...


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