The Links Diary is an independent, Scottish centric, golf magazine. The latest edition to the woke golf scene, The Links Diary is also a welcome edition. You can sense the passion with which the magazine has been compiled and curated. No. 1 was released in digital format only in 2020. No. 2 arrived in print and has sold out. The good news is No. 1 will now be printed and available for purchase in May 2021.
The Links Diary Contents
What can you expect?
No. 2 begins with an article written by American Jim Hartsell with photography from Graeme McCubbin. The topic is incredible Dunaverty. Eric Anders Lang appears next with an interview from Jamie Darling. Did you know his favourite course is Western Gailes?! The Old Course is featured next in a feel-good, Father & Son story. Next comes a tour of the Jack White Putting School shop in Gullane and a lesson in hickory golf. Ollie Allison interviews Mr Malcolm Duck of Aberlady who seems to pop up everywhere from No Laying Up to Links From the Road and everything in between. Next is Panmure before Scotland’s newest links, Dumbarnie is featured. The magazine closes with some incredible photography from the golf courses around Inverness.
Of course, we won’t give you a breakdown of each magazine but it gives you an idea of what to expect. ‘Quality’ a fair descriptor.
The Links Diary Synopsis
It looks and feels like a Scottish Golfer’s Journal – which is meant to be taken as a compliment to both. The magazine is on-trend and tastefully laid out.
To Buy or Not To Buy?
Capable of being flicked through or digested, The Links Diary is well worth a punt. Do yourself a favour, get in early for the rerelease of No. 1 in May, you won’t be disappointed.