In this issue: April 1, 2011

Inside the April 1, 2011 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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• Great theater

• Ah, the springtime smell of azaleas ... and diapers

• Where there’s a Will, there’s a way

• Green jackets aren’t exactly one-size-fits-all

• Island shopping

• Hey, it pays the bills

• Parting shots

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TOY BOX

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• Drivers: 45 inches and beyond (By James Achenbach)

• Laird relies mostly on TaylorMade

• Fowler adds new Titleist driver

• Mahan switches out driver shaft

• Levin on a roll with belly putter

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IN THE NEWS

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• Can Tour sell Q-School reform? (By Jim McCabe)

• Davis’ reorganization plan for USGA widens (By James Achenbach and Alex Miceli)

• Q&A: Alex Carpenter, college player

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VOICES

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• Inside the Ropes: Tour plan needs a fix before it breaks Q-School (By Jeff Rude)

• Wired: Tell it like it is, guys (By Martin Kaufmann)

• Letters to the Editor

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COMPETITION

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• Perfect fit: Phil Mickelson and Augusta National are made for each other (By Jim McCabe)

• Two masters create one great story

(excerpted from “America’s Gift to Golf: Herbert Warren Wind on the Masters”) (By Herbert Warren Wind)

• ‘Dream big’: Peter Uihlein, the top-ranked amateur and No. 2 collegian, earns his shot at Augusta (By Sean Martin)

COLUMN: This Masters lacks a favorite (By Jeff Rude)

• Hot Scot: Martin Laird’s years of preparation, perseverance pay off big at Bay Hill (By Sean Martin)

• Immelman seeing progress

• Despite finish, Woods pleased

• Houston, we have a Masters tuneup

• Augusta natives denied - so far

• Fowler praises teacher for getting him there

• Gal topples Shin from Sunday throne (By Beth Ann Baldry)

• Japanese trio provides help

• European Tour: Lawrie ends long drought

• Nationwide Tour: Second helping: Wetterich wins Louisiana Open

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COLLEGE

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• Blue Devils have faith after Match Play title (By Ron Balicki)

• New format for the Murphey

• Teams of the week: Oklahoma State men, Purdue women

• Players of the week: Michael Whitehead (Rice), Laura Gonzalez-Escallon (Purdue)

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THE GOLF LIFE

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• Sweet smell of success: Hershey has more going for it than just chocolate (By Evan Rothman)

• Book review: A Father’s Day gift that won’t bring tears (By Martin Kaufmann

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SCOREBOARD

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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PERSPECTIVE

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• Kerr finds game, just in time (By Beth Ann Baldry)

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