TeeTimes golf magazine is a high quality free issue publication, it is published monthly and has been providing informative reading since it first appeared in 2002. The concept of the magazine was brought to the golfing fraternity by proprietor Peter Llewellyn to satisfy a gap in the market following the demise of several long established golf publications. It is focussed on news, information, tuition, history and data about golf from the point of view of the player, club and manufacturer alike.
Although it is principally supported by advertising revenue, it maintains an independent and unbiased stance, and provides an interesting viewpoint of the game in all aspects. The regular features include reviews by a widely travelled team of journalists, reports on clubs and golf courses not only in the United Kingdom, but throughout Europe and the rest of the golfing world. Tuition and tips are provided by experienced professional coaches every month, and a resident expert brings light to the equipment scene with insight and knowledge, exploring the topical subjects of the day. Ever popular features on Legends of the Game and other topics on golf history and the issues raised by the Bus Pass Golfer add information and amusement to the mix. TeeTimes magazine, whether read in hard copy or in the electronic version has something for all golfers and responds to the needs of an ever changing sport.
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