In this issue: June 21, 2013

The Forecaddie

• Steak, lobster … and an elite club

• A welcomed history lesson

• He’s kind of familiar with the place

• This divot can’t be repaved

• An Open bag of mixed emotions

• Bay State champ pays it forward

• Ko’s summer ‘vacation’

• Now that’s a great Father’s Day gift!

The Toy Box

• Lefty’s 3-wood strategy can apply to your game

By James Achenbach

• Full TaylorMade gear for champion

• U.S. Open: By the numbers

In the news

• Paging Michael Kim: You’ve won the Haskins

By Nick Masuda

• Barber, 82, remembered for determination, swing

By Adam Schupak

• Newsmaker Q&A: Don Padgett, Pinehurst Resort president

By Alex Miceli

• USGA picks up pace

By Adam Schupak

• Wegmans to Monroe GC?

By Beth Ann Baldry

Competition: U.S. Open

• Worth the wait: After many years, Justin Rose and Merion validate themselves as major performers

By Jim McCabe

• COLUMN: Lefty’s recurring Open wound

By Jeff Rude

• Mahan, Day take steps toward major

By Adam Schupak

• COLUMN: Another scary Open Sunday

By James Achenbach

• Merion flaunts many defenses

By Bradley S. Klein

• Woods’ weekend fade ‘frustrating’

By Jeff Rude

• White-knuckle driving along Golf House Road

By Jim McCabe

• Stricker’s ‘time’ for a major slips away

By Alex Miceli

• Merion sends big names home early

By Alex Miceli

• It takes a village: Neighbors band together to give the U.S. Open and Merion the old college try

By Adam Schupak

• Another week, another wild ride

• McIlroy’s ‘flaws’ prove costly

• Horschel gets noticed

• Oosthuizen’s pain in the neck

• Kim leads amateur contingent

LPGA

COLUMN: Inbee Park swings for a Slam

By Beth Ann Baldry

Other tours

• Web.com: Parel lands first title

• European: Thornton breaks through

Amateurs

• Palladino pulls off surprise at Monroe

By Cassie Stein

• Cathrea wins inaugural Women’s Porter Cup

By Cassie Stein

• Iowa’s Ihm wind Sunnehanna

College

• USC women, Cal men sweep Golfweek honors

By Julie Williams and Ron Balicki

The Golf Life

Uncork the Central Coast: Wine and golf pair beautifully in California’s ‘Sideways’ Country

By Martin Kaufmann

Inside the ropes

• It’s everybody’s Open

By James Achenbach

• Wired: Rough finish for NBC, Miller

• Letters to the editor

• COLUMN: Merion stars as grande dame

By Jeff Babineau

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