Since YouTube channels cover practically every hobby and activity known to us, what are the best UK YouTube golf channels?
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The Best YouTube golf channels
1. Golf Monthly
The magazine Golf Monthly has been around for over a century and, in its latest incarnation, has already attracted more than around 125,000 subscribed viewers on YouTube in the UK.
The video channel features everything you’d expect from an online golf magazine – interviews with upcoming golfing greats, tips and routines from qualified professionals, and product reviews of the latest kit and equipment.
Golf Monthly can rightly claim to be the longest-established, leading British voice for all news and articles on golf.
2. Me and My Golf
Me and My Golf is probably one of the most-watched golfing channels on YouTube, with 844,000 subscribers.
Its popularity was underlined recently by an interview with special guest, renowned Welsh international footballer Gareth Bale, who joined an impromptu challenge to shoot seven-under in nine holes. But, of course, you’ll need to watch the video to find out how that went!
3. The Open
The Open is held at St Andrew’s in Scotland on the famous Old Course and is the world’s oldest golfing Major – the only problem is that it lasts for just four days in July.
The Open YouTube channel instead brings you The Open every day of the year, any time you want, wherever you and your online device are.
The channel provides a continuous reminder of what made golfing greats great – broadcast highlights of the glory days of golfing masters such as Nicklaus, Watson, Faldo, and Ballesteros.
4. Golf Mates
Golf Mates is not just a YouTube channel but a Facebook page, too. It is based in Bolton, north of Manchester, but its friends and “mates” appear from all over the north of England and Scotland.
The channel has around 177,000 subscribers and injects some light-hearted fun into its golfing stories and videos – but there are also associated Golf Mates clothing and merchandise retail outlets, along with a Golf Mates travel shop for bespoke golfing holidays too.
5. UK Golf Digest
UK Golf Digest magazine has been around for the past 70 years or more – the focus of its YouTube channel is to cover everything of interest for UK and international golfers.
A favourite on this particular YouTube channel is the “Every Hole” series which takes a hole-by-hole tour of leading golf courses worldwide.
As you might expect, there are detailed reviews of “the best golf resorts in Great Britain and Ireland”, but there is also a piece entitled “where to play UK-style golf in the United States”.
6. SAS Golf
SAS Golf is the YouTube Channel – and associated Facebook website – of the SAS Golf Academy based at Sandford Springs Golf Club, situated between Newbury and Basingstoke in the county of Hampshire. It has 59,000 subscribers. The author is a self-proclaimed full-time golf coach and part-time YouTuber.
Currently, its most popular videos feature golf clubs and equipment reviews – comparing the cheap with the expensive and the good with the bad.
7. Alistair Davies Golf
Alistair Davies Golf features the renowned golf academy based at the Forest of Arden Golf Resort across 10,000 acres of the finest Warwickshire countryside at Meriden, near Birmingham.
If you want to develop your golfing technique – from your swing to the finer points of the game – Alistair Davies is the man to consult, and this YouTube golf channel (with over 59,000 subscribers) may help you do just that.
We hope this selection of some of the best YouTube channels in the UK will give you many hours’ viewing of golf tips, reviews and games!
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