In this issue: Nov. 28, 2009

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Inside the Nov. 28, 2009 issue of Golfweek:


  • Expect a little less Pepper (Dottie, that is) in 2010
  • Tiger Woods is back in Stanford’s colors
  • There’s a new member of golf’s ‘59’ club
  • Even a major champion feels the pressure to make the top 125

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Golf bags: Innovation drives these new designs (By James Achenbach)

• TaylorMade’s wedges with replaceable faces win USGA approval (By James Achenbach)

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• LPGA scrambles to assemble a decent 2010 schedule, afterall (By Beth Ann Baldry)

• Remembering Mallory Code, a champion on and off the course (By Beth Ann Baldry )

• Doug Barron, who ran afoul of the Tour’s drug policy, weighs his options (By Alex Miceli)

Q&A: Jack Burke Jr., Hall of Famer

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Inside the Ropes: The lessons never end at Q-School (By Sean Martin)

Wired: It’s no surprise that viewers will tune in when the stars are out (By Martin Kaufmann)

Letters to the Editor

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• Stephen Ames must change his vacation plans after winning at Disney (By Sean Martin)

• Lee Westwood wins the European Tour’s biggest prize (By Alistair Tait)

COLUMN: Michelle Wie delivers on her extraordinary potential (By Beth Ann Baldry)

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• Florida’s father-son tandem of Buddy and Tyson Alexander has roots to one of golf’s great comeback stories (By Dan Mirocha)

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• Myrtle Beach delivers a big bang for golfers’ bucks, especially in tough times (By Brad King)

• Greg Norman’s new AT&T Oaks Course in San Antonio is Tour-worthy (By Bradley S. Klein)

Klein on Design: No. 15 at Mission Hills’ Olazabal Course resembles a seahorse in convulsions (By Bradley S. Klein)

• Golfweek’s Best Deals: “Pinehurst No. 2’’ and “deal’’? It’s true

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