Not fully light until 9am and dark by 3.30pm, for most of us, playing golf in the sunshine can only be dreamt of at this time of year.
We can assure you that it will come back around eventually though, and in the meantime, you can get your golfing fix in issue 144 of bunkered, which is out this week.
Here’s a peek at what’s inside our latest edition
We have an exclusive interview with the Scottish European Tour star, who speaks about what superpower he’d most like to have, golfers wearing shorts and why he thinks more young Scots should head to the States to develop their games.
The Englishman is one of the most exciting young players on tour but also one of the most articulate, honest and interesting. Michael McEwan caught up with him for a chat.
We speak to the Scottish company that’s taking the junior equipment scene by storm with its innovative clubs for children aged 3-11.
125 YEARS OF GLENMUIR
The iconic Scottish clothing brand celebrated a major milestone in 2015. Craig Dennett retraces the company’s story from its humble origins to its long-standing Ryder Cup relationship.
THE BEST OF SCOTTISH GOLF
The 2015 Scottish Golf Tourism Awards took place at Fairmont St Andrews recently – but which club claimed the biggest prize on the night?
We show you why 2016 is the best year to join a golf club and all of the benefits that come with it. What’s more, it’s also jam-packed with deals for next season that you can make the most of.
NIKE VAPOR FLY
Rory McIlroy used the Vapor Fly Pro to clinch the Race to Dubai last month and we look at the driver release that is certain to raise some eyebrows as Nike looks to build on its ever-growing reputation.
Spin it like a pro with Gavin Abson in 13 fantastic pages of instruction… Michael McEwan outlines his ‘bucket list’ for 2016… Why the Solheim Cup coming to Scotland is exciting news… Anchoring explained… plus the chance to WIN a winter outfit from FootJoy.
bunkered :: issue 144 :: Get your copy
Issue 144 of bunkered will be on sale by the end of this week from all good newsagents. Can’t find a copy? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org with details.