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5 minutes ago, RyanDe680 said:

Just subscribed using the link.  Looking forward to it.  Some great feedback here so I thought it would be a great read. 

You won't be disappointed. Thanks for using the link - you get a fifth issue free for doing that.

https://www.golfersjournal.com/product-category/subscriptions?journal_referrer=3038

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Golfers Journal is fabulous. I subscribed as I was made aware by Golf Odyssey....I get way too many mags as it is but Golfers Journal is unique. I have gotten all issues. The photography is special. The content comes from a unique perspective. When I get my Golf/Golf Digest.....they are read and tossed same day. I tear out any special travel info. Golfers Journal and Links Mag I have got and will not toss an issue.

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On 6/18/2019 at 12:29 AM, FLOG4 said:

Golfers Journal is fabulous. I subscribed as I was made aware by Golf Odyssey....I get way too many mags as it is but Golfers Journal is unique. I have gotten all issues. The photography is special. The content comes from a unique perspective. When I get my Golf/Golf Digest.....they are read and tossed same day. I tear out any special travel info. Golfers Journal and Links Mag I have got and will not toss an issue.

I agree. And the leather head cover they sent me is very nice! 

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I probably have this in the wrong thread... but could not put in the reading room.  I am wondering if anyone  subscribes to the golfers journal. I recently got a hold of an issue and really liked it. I see that it's published quarterly and it's not cheap. Just wanted to get some other views of the publication to see if it's worth me dropping the cash.

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19 minutes ago, Bucki1968 said:

I probably have this in the wrong thread... but could not put in the reading room.  I am wondering if anyone  subscribes to the golfers journal. I recently got a hold of an issue and really liked it. I see that it's published quarterly and it's not cheap. Just wanted to get some other views of the publication to see if it's worth me dropping the cash.

It is, as this long-running topic that I merged your post into will attest.

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The foundation of our reader-supported model. Personal and gift subscriptions delivered direct to your door.

Please use that link - you and I will each get an extra issue tacked on to our subscription.

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7 minutes ago, iacas said:

It is, as this long-running topic that I merged your post into will attest.

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The foundation of our reader-supported model. Personal and gift subscriptions delivered direct to your door.

Please use that link - you and I will each get an extra issue tacked on to our subscription.

Thanks. I will use the link. Appreciate it!

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13 minutes ago, Bucki1968 said:

Thanks. I will use the link. Appreciate it!

You won't regret signing up. It's the kind of thing that makes you feel good about being a golfer.

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57 minutes ago, Bucki1968 said:

I probably have this in the wrong thread... but could not put in the reading room.  I am wondering if anyone  subscribes to the golfers journal. I recently got a hold of an issue and really liked it. I see that it's published quarterly and it's not cheap. Just wanted to get some other views of the publication to see if it's worth me dropping the cash.

If you like  good writing, great photography, absence of canned instruction, absence of equipment reviews, near complete absence of advertising, you'll love it.  I have volumes 1 through 9, and I hear that Vol 10 will be coming soon.  I anticipate being a subscriber for life.

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2 minutes ago, DaveP043 said:

If you like  good writing, great photography, absence of canned instruction, absence of equipment reviews, near complete absence of advertising, you'll love it.  I have volumes 1 through 9, and I hear that Vol 10 will be coming soon.  I anticipate being a subscriber for life.

As do I. I got 10 early last week… you should check with them, as your copy may have been lost in the mail or something?

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1 minute ago, iacas said:

As do I. I got 10 early last week… you should check with them, as your copy may have been lost in the mail or something?

I seem to run a few days behind some of the rest of you, I'll give it a couple more days.  I'd love to have it when I head to NC for Thanksgiving.

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I got volume 10 last week, too. I still have a story I need to read in volume 9, but that's besides the point...

Still love the magazine. Even the articles that I would normally skip in a more frequent magazine are great.

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Yup, I run about a week behind y'all for some reason, my issue just showed up today.  Oddly, I received two copies, one addressed to my wife, one to me.  I guess I need to trace back, to see if I've been charged for two subscriptions, and make the corrections.  On the other hand, I can leave a copy in our pro shop, with my referral code in it.  Best way I can imagine to get some new subscriptions.

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On 10/22/2019 at 4:30 PM, iacas said:

https://www.golfersjournal.com/product-category/subscriptions?journal_referrer=3038

The link is slightly different now. I think the old one still works, but here you go.

Okay I subscribed...I used the link above. Does that mean you and I both get an extra issue?

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53 minutes ago, Bucki1968 said:

Okay I subscribed...I used the link above. Does that mean you and I both get an extra issue?

Yes.

Thank you. You’ll enjoy it.

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