In this issue: March 25, 2011

Inside the March 25, 2011 issue of Golfweek:

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• Ken Green’s return a painful process

• Better than we pictured

• He coulda been a contendah

• Tiger’s timetable on learning the Foley system

• A short story on Watney’s success

• Hey, Andy, where you Bean?

• Seeing if he has the right (to left) stuff

• Pretty feisty in pink

• Now you see him ...

• Mom trumps Carl Spackler

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• Training aids: Long driver’s education (By James Achenbach)

• Woodland carries full Titleist bag

• Monday, Monday

• Simpson’s wedges have TVD grind

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• Tour pitches Q-School changes (By Jim McCabe)

• Dove Mountain retains Match Play for 2012

• Imada’s plea steers aid to Japan (By Alex Miceli)

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• Inside the Ropes: A validation for the game’s enumeration (By Jim McCabe)

• Wired: GC aces Founders coverage (By Martin Kaufmann)

• Letters to the Editor

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• Complete package: Yani Tseng, winner of 4 consecutive tournaments to start the year, enters the LPGA’s first major fashionably attired as World No. 1 (By Beth Ann Baldry)

• At first Founders Cup, Webb victory apropos (By Beth Ann Baldry)

• Power broker: Long off the tee and short on experience, a fast-learning Gary Woodland summons a new strength to conquer the field at The Transitions (By Jeff Rude)

• COLUMN: Short off the tee, long on promise (By Sean Martin)

• European Tour: Jacquelin holds off Wall in Italy

• Colleges: Clark, Seahawks motivate each other (By Lance Ringler)

• Teams of the week: Auburn men, Arizona State women

• Players of the week: Abraham Ancer (Oklahoma), Casey Kennedy (Augusta State)

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• ‘Determined’: Gary Gilchrist knew years ago that Yani Tseng possessed the grit to be great. Now, that mettle has led her to the top. (By Sean Martin)

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• Still in the game: Three years ago, Lyle Anderson’s business collapsed. Now the developer who shaped Scottsdale is starting over with plans for a high-end eco-resort. (By Martin Kaufmann)

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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• History lessons from those who lived it (By Beth Ann Baldry)

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