Kingdom magazine

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Kingdom Magazine
Frequency Quarterly
Publisher TMC USA
First issue 2003
Country United States
Language English

Kingdom is a golf magazine founded by American golfer Arnold Palmer. It was first published in late 2003.

The magazine is published by golf media specialists, TMC USA, and was the brainchild of publisher, Matthew Squire, and the then president of Arnold Palmer Design Company, the late Ed Seay.

Originally conceived as an annual magazine solely for the private members of Arnold Palmer designed golf courses, Kingdom is now widely available and seen by many as the ultimate luxury golfing lifestyle publication.[citation needed] Averaging 200 pages in length and weighing over two pounds, it can be considered a coffee table publication.

Published three times a year, each issue carries an in depth interview with Arnold along with a host of other articles about his life and activities. Editorial content is not limited to Palmer; Donald Trump is a regular contributor and many famous celebrities and golfers from Tom Watson to Vince Gill, have appeared within its covers. There are also features on travel, golf, design, fitness and other lifestyle articles.

The magazine has drawn critical praise for its standard of production and design,[citation needed] an aspect that has been principally driven by British art director, Leon Harris. The magazine also has an accompanying website, which, along with the print magazine, is jointly overseen by Los Angeles based lifestyle editor Reade Tilley, and golf editor, Paul Trow.