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Get Out and Golf

It’s been a unsettling and challenging first half of 2020 for many of us. Golf courses have proved to be oases where we have been able to reconnect with friends while playing the game we love and enjoy the great outdoors in a safe fashion.

More and more people are turning to golf as a way to keep fit and get out of their homes during the long days of summer.

What better way to do this than to take advantage of Golfing Magazine New England’s Course Play Stimulus Program and play all the golf you desire.

Golfing Magazine is making it easier for readers to “Play Golf for Less” this year with our celebrated “Free Golf” program that entitles an individual signing up for an annual subscription to the magazine the opportunity to play free or reduced rate golf at over 150 of the top daily fee courses and private tracks in the region.

We have worked tirelessly to enhance our course list for 2020 and your subscription promises to be worth more than ever. We believe we are going beyond giving lip service to “growing the game” by offering this invaluable program. There’s a lot of talk about getting more people out to play the game, we do something about it!

To take advantage of this tremendous offer, call 860-563-1633, or visit Remember, you get four issues of our digital magazine in addition to discounted rounds of golf when you subscribe.

Here at Golfing Magazine, we are certainly looking forward to the summer golf season, as it seems to be starting. To that end, this digital issue of the year is worth exploring for information, profiles, instructional tips, and more that can be found in the pages that follow.

In this digital issue of Golfing Magazine highlight some of the golf resorts in the New England States,  we take you on road trips through the states of Maine and Rhode Island and tell you about the best nine-hole layouts in New England. We check out what’s happening at the New Seabury resort on Cape Cod, where we find the newly-renovated Ocean Course, one of the grandest tracks in the region. We also give you the lowdown on Golfers’ Warehouse stores and the great deals and professional club fitting you can access at New England outlets.

You also will find out about the newest golf balls, putters and wedges, as well as comprehensive information on new Wilson and SeeMore products.

We also have a line-up of some of our favorite instructors in the area to get you ready for golf this season. Lucas Hitchcock of the Arnold Palmer Golf Academy at Gillette Ridge in Bloomfield, CT explains the Four Point Power Move. Sue Kaffenburg of Bayberry Hills Golf Course in Yarmouth, MA and New England PGA Teacher of the Year gives thoughts on how You Can Handle Anything. George Connor of Farmington Woods Country Club and 2-Time CT PGA Teacher of the Year tells us why Holding The Finish is so valuable. Ron Beck, PGA Director of Golf Coaching at Northeast Performance Institute gives guidelines for Controlling Trajectory on Greenside Approach Shots. And  Jimmy Damiano, Director of Instruction at The Club at New Seabury explains how to have Expectional Distance Control on the greens.

Also in this issue, you will find some of our “Must Play” New England courses that you can access at a discount with the Golfing Magazine subscription program. Enjoy our Early Summer Issue, sign up for a subscription and get the sticks sizzling. Summer has finally arrived and we’ve got a ton of great courses for you to play.

We thank you so very much for staying with us, and promise to stay with you so that as we put our clubs in the trunk, we can hit the fairway running.

We thank you for your enduring love of golf; good times will return.

Stay well.


Tom Landers