Golf World Magazine

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Golf World was an American weekly magazine covering the sport of golf. It was published from 1947 to 2014 before transitioning to a digital-only format.

Publisher Information

Golf World was published by Condé Nast Publications. First issued in 1947, it was touted as the oldest golf magazine in America sold directly to consumers.

Editorial Focus

Golf World provided comprehensive coverage of professional golf around the world. From the PGA Tour and the European Tour to the LPGA Tour and the Asian Tour, all major golfing events were included in its coverage.

Content Structure

The magazine consisted of news, feature articles, tournament results, player profiles, and tips from golf professionals. It also included commentary and analysis from some of the most respected figures in the sport. Golf World was known for its "Monday" edition, an innovation that brought tournament results to subscribers quicker than other print media sources.

Transition to Digital

In 2014, Golf World transitioned from print to a digital-only format, coinciding with the rise of digital media and changing consumption patterns. Current content continues to be available digitally via the Golf Digest website which is also owned by Condé Nast.

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