In this issue: July 25, 2012

Inside the July 25, 2012 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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• R&A: No rush on Portrush

• Jolly old England? He took a pass

• Move over, Griswolds: Here comes the Cocran summer vacation ...

• Wondering if Old Tom ever played pong ...

• Russell’s unexpected ‘off’ week

• Suddenly, golf is talking Turkey

• Some real blasts from the past

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TOY BOX

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• More toys for summer

By James Achenbach

• Els uses new Callaway utility

• Fujikura shaft in Els’ driver

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IN THE NEWS

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• LPGA to Ariya Jutanugarn: Not yet

By Julie Williams

• R&A, USGA focus on anchored putting stroke

By Alex Miceli and Jeff Rude

• Torn tendon KOs Kim till ’13

By Sean Martin

• Gates sued by his ex-agent

By Sean Martin

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COMPETITION

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OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP

• ‘Crazy’: Adam Scott’s collapse concludes a wacky week at Royal Lytham as Ernie Els emerges grasping the Claret Jug

By Alistair Tait

• Els credits team for ‘driving me’

By Jim McCabe

• COLUMN: The man who dropped the Claret Jug

By Jeff Rude

• Woods endures cruel fate

By Jeff Rude

• Missing links: Another Open, another non-English champion: It has been 20 years since an Englishman has kissed the Claret Jug, as the lads struggle to keep a stiff upper lip

By Jim McCabe

• McDowell falters on another big Sunday

By Jeff Babineau

• Bunkers pose double hazard

By Alex Miceli

• Veterans on the leaderboard

• Bennett wins on another level

• Double D: Definitely ‘different’

• Stricker extends his weekend run

• The oracle of the Open

• Misguided Mickelson

• ‘Good learning experience’ for young Americans

PGA CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW

• Sharp focus: One year ago, Keegan Bradley entered his first major at the PGA. Today, having made the rounds as a major champion, he finds that much has changed – except himself.

By Jim McCabe

• PGA Tour: Stallings sets record in his 2nd victory

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AMATEURS

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• Marathon champion: Shim’s long days pay off with U.S. Junior title

By Brentley Romine

• Scrambling queen: Short-game prowess and a late comeback lift Aussie Minjee Lee

By Julie Williams

• Williamson’s hot summer continues

By Ron Balicki

• Werenski goes low at the Porter Cup

• LSU’s Ernst captures Women’s North & South

• Thomas wins Pacific Northwest

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THE GOLF LIFE

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• The slow road: Part of Machrihanish’s appeal is the path that takes you there

By Alistair Tait

• A taste of The Machrie: Like the Isle of Islay’s malt whisky, a trip to this remote links is meant to be savored

By James Achenbach

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VOICES

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• Inside the Ropes: Golf’s league of nations for one special week

By Jeff Babineau

• Wired: ESPN should keep focus on players

By Martin Kaufmann

• Letters to the Editor

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SCOREBOARD

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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PERSPECTIVE

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• Els proves he’s not done yet

By Jeff Babineau

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