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Digital download or print copy delivered? Either way, the September edition of Golf Digest Middle East is FREE today! 

By Kent Gray
Rory McIlroy has always been one of golf’s most candid interviews. Our September issue cover story – the centrepiece in our bumper U.S. Open preview – is another fascinating case in point with the former world No.1 talking about how has changed his approach to golf and life.

The 120th edition of the U.S. national championship will be like no other. Sans fans due to the coronavirus pandemic, host venue Winged Foot is still set to shine. We’ve got the story of Gil Hanse and Jim Wagner’s faithful restoration of A.W. Tillinghast’s classic design in Mamaroneck, New York.

Locally, Emirati lefty Ahmad Skaik talks about the slice of history he will create in the upcoming Dubai Trophy, Jamie McConnell helps you tame the toughest hole at The Els Club Dubai in the latest instalment of our ‘Be at ‘1 series tackling the region’s stroke index 1 holes and we explore what’s next for the European Tour in the Middle East. There are tips from the game’s biggest names and insight into eating clean and lean to improve your game from within. We also talk to “Golfers from the Front Line” of the pandemic on how the game is helping them get through. All this and much more in the Sept. 2020 issue of Golf Digest Middle East.

And the best bit? The issue is again free to our loyal audience. You can scroll through the ISSUU link provided, download the bumper September 2020 issue FREE to your favourite device for later or fill in the form below and we’ll get a print version sent to your home or work address. Enjoy.

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Kent Gray

Editor of Golf Digest Middle East. Has written about golf since 1989 and owned a suspect short game even longer.

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