Chris Jones is the Editor of Today's Golfer magazine, Britain's biggest and best-selling golf magazine.
Chris worked in newspapers, and for Bird Watching and MCN before joining Today's Golfer in 2005. He became the editor of Golf World in 2007, building its audience and enhancing its reputation throughout Europe, and also edited Golf Illustrated, a luxury coffee table magazine, before returning to edit Today's Golfer in 2013.
In the years since, Chris has taken Today's Golfer to new levels of success, maintaining its place at the top of Britain's golf magazine sales and increasing market share over its rivals. In 2020 he oversaw the merging of the magazine with Golf World, placing particular emphasis on the revered Top 100 Courses and Resorts rankings.
Chris lives in Cambridgeshire, where Today's Golfer is produced, and has been a member of a number of the county's courses, including Elton Furze and Peterborough Milton. He has also played a huge number of the world's best courses, from Turnberry to TPC Sawgrass, and has travelled the world .
Playing off a 12-handicap, Chris is a classic amateur golfer, capable of both the sublime and the ridiculous. A long-hitter, he prefers the bomb and gouge method to the shorter fairway finder.
He plays a mixed bag of clubs, including Callaway woods, and TaylorMade irons.