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What you'll find inside No.1

'Game of Names', 'Great Golspie' and 'One for The Memory Banks' are just some of the stories that grace the pages of this edition. So go buy yourself an electric fan, switch it on and point it at yourself, grab a coffee and dream.

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The Iron Golfer

Interview with Kenny Pallas

Photography by  Luke Willett

What you are about to read is a story of incredible endurance, a golfing treasure hunt like no other. Fourteen Open Championship venues, covering eight-hundred and thirty-one miles, all in ten days. Here's the clincher though: he covered it all by bicycle. One man, one bike, four clubs and some of the most famous golf courses in the world.

The Scots That Shaped Golf Course Design

Words by Murray Bothwell

Photography by Stuart Currie

Here we'll take a look at a few of Scotland's most talented golf designers from the past 150 years and explore the rich geographical variety of courses which today's players continue to enjoy.

Great Golspie

Words by Kenny Pallas

Photography by Stuart Currie

If golf was a religion, which for many it may as well be, then travelling to play in this region is a worthy pilgrimage. These courses come with a huge side-helping of Highland hospitality making the experience very hard to beat.

"A seriously good publication."

Gary Wright - TLD reader
One For The Memory Banks

Words by Luke Reese

Photography by Stuart Currie

It was the greatest day of our lives. I recall Christian saying to Erik "They're Scottish: they will hug about eight times", and he wasn't wrong; although i reckon it was closer to ten.

Drawings Became Dunes

Words by Kenny Pallas

Photography by Stuart Currie

The conversation with Clive Clark began with an interesting fact. Of nearly thirty-four thousand golf courses in the world, there are only around two hundred and fifty true links. Genuine links are indeed a rare breed but this was why Clive clark was so excited by this project from the very outset and why he dedicated seven years to put his vision together.

Perfect Panmure

Words by Kenny Pallas

Photography by Stuart Currie

Apart from being one of the finest links courses in the UK, Panmure was the perfect place to prepare for The Open of 1953 as it is just two miles from Carnoustie . Ben Hogan was accompanied only by his caddie, Cecil Timms, for that fortnight of intensive preparation.

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