About Golf Quarterly

Golf Quarterly, which appears in print four times a year in a compact and attractively designed 44-page A5 format, combines elegant writing with sharp wit about the game and its characters. Packed with stories about people and places, past and present, each edition weaves a unique and varied tapestry that is as quirky and unpredictable as most other magazines are worthy and dull. 

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Issue 1: 007 meets his match at Royal St George’s

Issue 2: The putt that cost me $200m

Issue 3: The England cricket captain who almost played in the Open

Issue 4: CADDIE! What it’s like to carry the bag for a top pro

Issue 5: What’s special about Sandwich

Issue 6: Tales of the Walker Cup

Issue 7: My sweet sixteenth – Bob Taylor’s extraordinary hole-in-one feat

Issue 8: One of the great holes in Links golf

Issue 9: The charms of Royal Portrush

Issue 10: The magic of Medinah

Issue 11: Temper Tantrums

Issue 12: The day James Bond lost at Sunningdale

Issue 13: How good a golfer is Barack Obama

Issue 14: So near… but yet so far

Issue 15: Golf’s Royal links

Issue 16: Swinging sixties

Issue 17: Playing for high stakes

Issue 18: The day Jack lost his cool

Issue 19: My year as a golf club captain

Issue 20: ‘Lucky’ Lucan’s golfing gamble

Issue 21: Was this man the greatest Open champion ever?

Issue 22: The Gatsby of American golf

Issue 23: My round with Donald Trump

Issue 24: The ties that bind

Issue 25: The members of one of golf’s most exclusive ‘clubs’

Issue 26: Tim Yeo’s dream golf day

Issue 27: How the women’s game took off

Issue 28: The last of the great playoffs

Issue 29: The man who saved The Ryder Cup

Issue 30: How ‘Babe’ beat Leonard Crawley

Issue 31: Out of Africa – one man’s marathon journey to the first tee…

Issue 32: Fairways to heaven

Issue 33: Blast it! – the fascination of bunkers

Issue 34: Scotland’s hidden gems

Issue 35: Throwing away the Masters