In this issue: Dec. 9-16, 2011

Inside the Dec. 9-16, 2011 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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• Sugar plums, eggnog ... and a Tiger in a pear tree

• Haas’ extended honeymoon

• Hannah finds her way ...

• Better luck next year

• Presidential decision

• Apparently, he counted every stroke

• Busy times at PGA West

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TOY BOX

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• Wardrobe makeover for ’12 (By Gene Yasuda)

• Tiger’s club tweaks

• McIlroy wins with Titleist

• Westwood carries all Ping clubs

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IN THE NEWS

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• Rio’s list of golf-architext candidates down to elite 8 (By Bradley S. Klein)

• After surgery, Johnson aims for Hawaii return (By Jeff Babineau)

• LPGA builds on Founders Cup model (By Beth Ann Baldry)

• Q&A: Meredith Duncan, LPGA player

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VOICES

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• Inside the Ropes: New golf season needs a creative blueprint (By Bradley S. Klein)

• Wired: Prepare for more Tiger in ’12 (By Martin Kaufmann)

• Letters to the Editor

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COMPETITION

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PGA Tour Q-School

• Korean karma: With 3 South Korean qualifiers at Q-School, the 2012 PGA Tour roster builds on an otherwise obscure 8-foot putt 3 years ago. (By Sean Martin)

• COLUMN: Above the Q-School crowd (By James Achenbach)

• A look at the PGA Tour Q-School graduates

• Double take for Knost

• Gore faces crossroads

• Lyle, Taylor have plenty to celebrate

• ‘The difference-maker’

• Marathon man comes up short

• Early leader cruises to card

• Desert snowman

LPGA Q-School

• COLUMN: LPGA blunder forces Kono’s hand at Q-School (By Beth Ann Baldry)

• Boilermakers breeze through (By Julie Williams)

• A look at the LPGA Q-School graduates

• Salas makes playoff pay off

• Back on track: Tiger Woods halts his winless skid at 2 years, which could mean it’s ‘game on’ for 2012 (By Sean Martin)

• COLUMN: The year in review: 2011 Rudie Awards (By Jeff Rude)

• Number crunching: Ballstriking surge spurs Simpson (By Jeff Rude)

• European, Asian tours: McIlroy, Donald take season to wire

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COLLEGE

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• Men’s and women’s midterm report cards (By Ryan Lavner and Beth Ann Baldry)

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FOR YOUR GAME

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• The long view: Jason Kokrak plays his way onto the PGA Tour after harnessing his prodigious length (By Sean Martin)

• Dirty divots: A bit of turf education makes practice better for everyone (By James Achenbach)

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SPECIAL REPORT

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• Going for the green: As golf courses raise their environmental awareness, many have flocked to Audubon International for validation. In some cases, that recognition might be for the birds. (By Bruce Selcraig)

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THE GOLF LIFE

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• Test of time: Shadow Creek still stands atop Casino Courses list (By Martin Kaufmann)

• Light show: Sandia Golf Club provides compellilng counterpoint to namesake mountains (By Bradley S. Klein)

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SCOREBOARD

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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PERSPECTIVE

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• Quigley family ‘expecting a miracle’ (By Jim McCabe)

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