The Trilby Tour's Official Magazine Choice
Since its launch in July 1997, Golf International has forged a reputation for the sheer quality and consistency of its editorial content and the allround production values that set the magazine apart from would-be rivals.
It is the quality magazine for the aspirational golfer, its mission to both entertain and inform its readers by providing a high-end product that takes in top-class instruction and first-class writing and photography.
In short, a golf magazine for grown-ups.
The underpinning aim is to enable the reader to get more out of his or her game – to play better golf, to understand the developments and benefits in the latest equipment and to suggest new destinations in which to play.
And whether it be in the context of profiles, Q&A’s and features – or in the comprehensive GI Business and GI Amateur sections within the magazine – Golf International sets out to lead rather than follow opinion, with the major issues in the game being scrutinised and commented upon by an array of respected writers.
Essential reading from the best in the game
“Essential reading from the best in the game” is not only a neat strapline but a statement of fact: among a panel of distinguished instructors the magazine lists Robert Baker, Peter Cowen, Denis Pugh and Jonathan Yarwood among regular contributors – not to mention the staff of David Leadbetter’s Academy HQ at ChampionsGate in Orlando.
We are also delighted to provide an outlet for one of golf’s most entertaining and opinionated story-tellers in Tony Johnstone, while the cartoonist Tony Husband is a regular source of amusement.
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