An exciting new addition to the world of Golf is set to be launched on April 8th 2015.

The Golf Paper, a weekly publication packed with news, reports and features about the sport, will be launched by the same stable that brings readers the highly-regarded newspapers The Rugby Paper, The Cricket Paper, The Non-League Paper, The Football League Paper, the football fans’ magazine, Late Tackle and Racing Ahead, horse racing magazine.

The Golf Paper is the first weekly newspaper dedicated to golf. Containing top-line writers and guest columnists, such as David Howell, The Golf Paper will present unrivalled coverage of the game with its unique package of information, ranging from breaking news stories, in-depth interviews, analysis and gossip.

The Golf Paper will cover all the tournament play throughout the world from the Majors, through the women’s tour to the junior competitions. There will be a special section at the back of the newspaper dedicated to the amateur game, focusing on county unions, club medals and inter-club tournaments.

Editorial content is led by editor at large Graham Otway, well known in the sport for his work with The Sunday Times, The Daily Mail, The Daily Express, The Mail on Sunday and The Sunday Mirror.

Targeted at the estimated 3million active participants along with the avid fans of the game, The Golf Paper, at £1.50, will be available every Wednesday in newsagents and supermarkets throughout England and Wales (Scotland: initially Thursday on-sale).

Managing Director and Editor-in-Chief David Emery, former head of sport at Express Newspapers, said: “This is a thrilling time for golf fans in the UK with Rory McIlroy heading a host of young stars in the game. We believe The Golf Paper can tap into that new wave of interest and reflect the ever-growing status of the game.”

Trade Marketing Manager, Neil Wooding, adds, “Greenways Publishing are a growing sports media company who are passionate about sport and we look forward to adding to our media portfolio Any interested parties should contact myself in the first instance to explore opportunities.”

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