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IN THIS ISSUE:
- Cover feature: Thomas Bjørn – We talk exclusively with Europe’s next Ryder Cup Captain about his plans to wrest the trophy back from the United States in France next year and look back at his history in the biennial event – which dates back to 1997.
- Martin Kaymer – WWG catches up with two-time Major winner Martin Kaymer to talk about a memorable 2016 campaign, which included playing in the Olympics and a fourth Ryder Cup, and how he plans on achieving his goals for 2017.
- Graeme Storm – Life moves pretty fast on the European Tour – just ask Graeme Storm. The Englishman was without his playing rights one minute, gained a last gasp repreive when Patrick Reed reneged on his commitment to the Tour and then defeats Rory McIlroy in South Africa to earn himself a two-year exemption.
- Thomas Detry – There’s been a boom in Belgium’s golf productivity over the past few years with Nicolas Colsaerts and Thomas Pieters both becoming established players on the European Tour – and you can now add Thomas Detry to that list after the youngster earned his card after his excellent season on last year’s European Challenge Tour. WWG meets Belgium’s Boy Wonder.
- Pete Cowen Column – PGA Master Professional Pete Cowen gives us the lowdown on the European Tour season so far and how the players he’s working with are shaping up.
- David Howell Column – European Tour veteran David Howell talks this month about Tiger Woods’ return to action at Torrey Pines and the Desert Classic.
- Rafa Cabrera Bello Column – The Spanish Ryder Cup star has been working closely with coach David Leadbetter and announces he has a new caddie as he begins a split schedule with a few more tournaments on the US PGA Tour in his sights.
- Behind the scenes at PXG – We talk to eGolf Megastore’s CEO Dean Cheesley about his recent trip to the Parsons Xtreme Golf headquarters in Arizona.
- Epic by name… An in-depth look to see whether Callaway’s new Big Bertha Epic can live up to its name.
- Ping i200 – the best ever? We test the new Ping i200 irons to find out just how good they really are.
- On THE horizon – Jason Ashley, Custom-fit Specialist at eGolf Megastore gets to grips with the TaylorMade M2, the Callaway Big Bertha Epic and the Cobra King F7.
- Dustin Johnson’s swing – Pete Cowen gives us a blow-by-blow breakdown of the reigning U.S. Open champion’s imperious mechanics.
- Lets work it under! – Stephen Deane, Head Professional at Emirates Golf Club, talks about hand position at impact and how it affects your shots.
- Get more height with your driver – Pete Cowen corrects some common faults that will help you launch your tee shots into orbit.
- The Science behind the set-up – Lewis Caseley, PGA Teaching Pro at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, takes us on a step-by-step guide through the perfect set-up position.
- Learning the leadbetter way – We meet David Leadbetter, the man who taught Sir Nick Faldo and Greg Norman during their prime, about the work he is currently doing with WWG Columnist Rafa Cabrera Bello.
- London Golf Club – The latest in our series of European Tour Destinations, the London Golf Club in Kent – the Garden of England – features two Jack Nicklaus signature courses and is just a short drive from London.
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