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"Andy, The magazine looks great - you've done a good job. Concise and to the point... Regards, Mel"

Mel Sole has 30 years experience teaching golf and is co-founder of Ritson-Sole Golf Schools, USA
www.ritson-sole.com

 

 

Editor's Comments

Hello my golfing friends,

Welcome to the first issue of Golfing Weekly. I’d like to take this opportunity to share with you my vision of what I’d like this magazine to be. Firstly, we are not a large faceless publishing corporation that cares more about our big corporate advertisers than we do about our readers. Quite the opposite. Over the weeks, I hope you will get to know me and my small team of enthusiastic helpers, all of us golfers to one degree or another. We want to give you what you want to read each week and to that end, I shall often be asking for your help and advice. I know we can’t please all the golfers all of the time, but we’re going to give it our best shot. The more feedback we get from you, the more likely we’ll be able to produce a magazine that you’ll look forward to reading each week.

The Internet is a wonderful thing because it allows us to publish this truly international magazine from a small Spanish island near the west coast of Africa. In this and the next couple of issues of Golfing Weekly I’d like to introduce you to the Canary Islands, where I live. We are very fortunate here to enjoy quite a pleasant climate and just a few days of rainfall each year. With almost guaranteed sunshine and around twenty beautiful golf courses, it is hardly surprising that this is the most popular winter golfing destination in Europe. In this week’s issue we are featuring the largest island, Tenerife.

In future issues we shall be taking you to visit beautiful golf courses in every corner of the globe. If you are heading off to play golf away from your home course, tell us where you are going and we will pay your green fees if you would like to be a guest reviewer.

For many of you, the weather you are experiencing at this time of year means that your opportunities to get out and play a round of golf are limited. As the new golf season approaches we’ll be helping you tune up your game with some practice routines that you can do at home, ready for when the weather improves.

Finally, may I say that I’m really looking forward to providing you with the best golfing information in the months and years to come. We have many additional features planned for future issues and as I mentioned before, if there is anything you would like us to include, just drop us a line. This is your magazine and we hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoy putting it together.

All the best,

Andy Smith
Owner/Editor
Golfing Weekly

 

 

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