In this issue: Sept. 14, 2012

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Inside the Sept. 14, 2012 issue of Golfweek:

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• Ryder fever

• Ironman says he'll be ready

• The Tour's shell game

• Ryder Cup captain's pyramid of influence

• Guess he's an absentee owner

• Mr. Palmer goes to Washington

• She's not out of the Woods yet

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• First peek at new gear, by James Achenbach

• McIlroy's wedge setup

• New putters for Lefty, Holmes

• Garcia's personal touch

• Rose tests fairway wood shafts

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• McIlroy's internal tug-of-war

• Inside the decision: Love's picks were 6 years in the making, by Alex Miceli

• LPGA's 'Little Engine' reaches end of line, by Beth Ann Baldry

• Q&A: Juli Inkster, LPGA

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• Running on all cylinders: BMW triumph extends McIlroy's 'incredible run', by Jeff Rude

• Indigestion in Indy: Fan irks Garrigus

• The gang's all here

• Take 2 and sweat it out

• COLUMN: Waiting game: Paula Creamer's two-year winless streak continues after a nine-hole, two-day playoff loss to Jiyai Shin at Kingsmill, by Beth Ann Baldry

• Kang, Icher make strides at Kingsmill

• European Tour: Son's recuperation bolsters Hanson

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• Man in motion: U.S. captain Davis Love III finds the true thrill in life with a healthy balance off the course, by Jeff Rude

• COLUMN: A fighter who respects the match, by Alistair Tait

• Re-Sergio: Enigmatic Garcia returns to a happy place: Medinah, where his roller coaster began, by Jim McCabe

• COLUMN: Pate's career detours at '91 match, by Adam Schupak

• Last gasp: In 1957, Britain truly was 'great,' upsetting the U.S. in the Ryder Cup. But the momentum wouldn't endure. by Alistair Tait

• A walk in the woods: Medinah's modern makeovers and thinned canopy help showcase the brawny Chicago track, by Bradley S. Klein

• Ryder Cup numbers

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• Double duty at Transylvania: Coach Brian Lane builds national contenders on the links and hardwood, by Brentley Romine

• Longhorns pick up where they left off

• Hoosiers handle Northern field

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• Gal's tall task: LPGA player grows into her long game with a more efficient, powerful swing, by Sean Martin

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• Inside the Ropes: It's a simple game when a player enters the 'zone', by Jeff Rude

• Wired: There's little doubt about Miller, by Martin Kaufmann

• Letters to the Editor

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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