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A biannual golf & lifestyle magazine for the next generation of golfers & travellers.
Caddie Magazine is a new independent publication that captures the rare and authentic stories surrounding the world of golf. We know that golf isn’t just about swinging sticks. It’s about the people, a sense of connectedness and invigoration, the feeling of place, a test of character, of leaving it all behind: of escapism and the journey.
"Volume Six looks at how golf needs to embrace change by removing fear and inviting in those for whom golf has become largely irrelevant. We hear from Michael Chadwick about the experience of playing 18-holes for the very first time, luckily for him at a long lost Tom Doak original, and the mix of excitement and anticipation that golf, at its best, can bring us. Kiwi Reece Witters combines with David Baysden to look at the connection between golf, fishing and surfing in the enjoyable Birdies, Barrels & Brownies. Large format photographer David Chao discovers the charming game of Ground Golf in Japan, where elderly residents keep active and social through a delightfully simplified version of the game. Writer Michael Croley dives deep on water use in golf and how courses must respond to a changing climate. Accompanying this piece, Bill Hornstein’s fire-ravaged golf ball portraits serve as a stark reminder of the importance of this discussion (and provide a striking image for our cover).
All this, plus, as always, we bring you the very best in golf travel. We visit South Australia’s famed Royal Adelaide, Links Lady Bayand the wine experiences in-between. Photographer Chris Fryshares some of his favourite shots from the tiny tax haven, and the home of business men who wear shorts, Bermuda. And our feature destination is, at long last, King Island."
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