Score Golf Digest magazine at just over $3.50/year. before hitting the course this spring ($40 value)
DiscountMags has now launched a noticeable mid-week sale with particularly strong agreement on Golf Digest Review. Just before people get ready to take the course this year, DiscountMags offers 2 years of Golf Digest magazine for $7.50 with free delivery each month, no sales tax and no auto-renewal (click “Don’t sign me up for DiscountLock” at checkout). This one sells for $20 a year at Amazon, which is well above the $3.75 you pay with today’s 2-year offer. And as always, you can choose to send it to the address of your choice with an optional gift voucher. See below for more details.
This is a great opportunity to mark a few years of Golf Digest before the start of the season and at lowest price we tracked since last year’s brief holiday deals. It “empowers the modern golfer, providing monthly content on how to play, what to play and where to play”. Golf Digest is aimed at low handicap players and beginners with many tutorials and articles from the best players in the game (“Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler, Paula Creamer and Tom Watson to Butch Harmon, David Leadbetter, Jim McLean and Sean Foley” ).
Browse the rest of the mid week sale for deals on Hot Rod magazine and Popular Mechanics while you’re at it. And for the more business and news minded folks, we also track huge deals on Forbes and The Economist with up to $155 savings to be made from one year to the next. You can get all the details on these offers here.
So go get your March Amazon First Reads eBook gifts.
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Golf Digest magazine also has an educational section in every issue that includes tips to help you play like a pro. Professional golfers such as Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson write new articles for the magazine every month. They detail their experiences on the course, giving you new ideas for controlling your swing and lowering your score. You don’t have to worry about forgetting everything you learn either, as each issue contains a pocket guide you can tear off and slip into your pocket to use during the course.