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Inside the latest issue of Golf International you'll find world-class instruction featuring Gi's unrivaled panel of teaching professionals, as well as fascinating insights into golfing legends past and present:
- Westwood - What's Gone is Gone: Richard Simmons talks to Lee Westwood about lessons learned this summer that will surely help him deliver the major titles he craves;
- Ernie Els - Swing Easy, Hit Very Hard: 'The Big Easy' is known throughout the world for his syrupy rhythm and effortless power - Ernie shares the secrets to his driving pleasure;
- Tiger - Missing in Action: He's hailed it as a stellar season, but truth be told, it doesn't seem that way when you're talking about as big a star as Tiger Woods;
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- Yarwood - Tried and Tested: Jonathan Yarwood offers easy-to-follow practical lessons that can help you improve every single aspect of your game;
- Palmer - Long Live the King: He's turned 80 - here, Paul Trow salutes a unique sportsman and marketing phenomenon who has never lost either the Midas or the common touch;
- Cowen - Chip and Pitch Like a Tour Pro: Top European Tour coach Pete Cowen with a masterclass in short game skills no serious golfer can afford to miss.
Of course, it's only to be expected from the UK's premium-quality golf title, but no sooner does Lee Westwood strike a stylish pose on the latest cover than he goes out and produces a stunning performance to claim his first victory for two years at the Portugal Masters on Sunday to edge clear of Rory McIlroy at the top of the 2009 Race to Dubai!
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