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About Ivy Golf

Maintained by a small team of writers and editors with a passion for golf, Ivy Golf is a blog covering a wide range of topics related to the greatest game on earth.

It’s our goal to put our combined experience as golfers to use. We aim to create guides, tutorials, and product reviews that are informative and useful for golfers of all skill levels.

Who Are the People Behind Ivy Golf

– Golf Writer

David Richards

David is a Golf Writer with over 20 years of experience out on the course. Golfing since he was eight, David now plays off a low handicap, and uses Ivy Golf as a platform to share advice he wished he’d been given years ago.

Our Editorial Team

The Ivy Golf editorial team consists of a small group of volunteers and writers who work to keep content fresh and informative.

Our combined years of experience as golfers (more than we’d like to admit!) have left us with a wealth of tips and tricks we’re excited to share with our readers. We pool together our knowledge into an editorial team that helps to keep content up-to-date, fresh, and accurate.

Bigger isn’t always better. As a small team, we work closely together to ensure we keep our content engaging, informative, accurate, and above all useful to the reader. We’re not interested in click-bait headlines, banner adverts, and shoving strong opinions down the throats of our readers; we want to write content that informs, inspires and brings the best out of our readers on the golf course.

It’s our goal to bring the highest-quality guides, first hand product reviews, and other helpful content to golfers of all skill levels. We’re always researching and keeping an eye out for the latest news, clubs, and accessories that can help boost our game as well as yours. If you have any suggestions on how we can improve, or have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us by emailing [email protected].


Affiliate Programs, Links & Commissions

This website is reader-supported. It’s important to us that we make it clear what that means, and how it affects you.

What does reader-supported mean, and what are affiliate programs?

In the instances where we recommend products to our readers, we’ll often (but not always) make use of an affiliate link. When our readers click these links and make a purchase we may earn an affiliate commission from the retailer they land on. This comes at no extra cost to the reader.

We are firm believers that a site has to offer true value to its readers to be able to reach its full potential. As such, we never let affiliate programs or commissions influence our suggestions or dictate our methods for creating engaging, helpful content.