Golf Monthly isn’t simply a journal of the events that happen to the great and the good of the professional game.

Over the years, it has also built into perhaps the finest golfing education that any enthusiastic amateur can buy, from reviews of the latest equipment to lessons from the very best in the business.

Good rounds are made – and broken – on the putting surface, so in its final issue of the 20th century, Golf Monthly turned to perhaps the greatest of them all, Jack Nicklaus, for his thoughts on spot-putting.

The Golden Bear admitted that spot-putting was rarely his thing, but that it did help him with some of those little teasers that can so often prove costly. You can read more about how Nicklaus turned putting into simplicity itself here.

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