In this issue: Feb. 14, 2014

Friday, February 21, 2014

Inside the Feb. 14, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

• Behind Doral hype, some real substance

• The match game

• Yeah, but do they have green blazers?

• the world of golf according to Monty

• McCord's great Clambake mulligan

• The training ground of (hopefully) champions

• One shot per customer, please

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IN THE NEWS

• O'Toole wastes no time as USGA's enforcer

By James Achenbach

• Furman to scrap men's golf program

By Lance Ringler

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TOY BOX

• A gripping tale

By James Achenbach

• Walker's 6 degrees of separation

• Early-week changes pay off for Renner

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COMPETITION

• COLUMN: Beach Party: Pebble Beach's annual bash, though lacking sun, wasn't short on stars – foremost among them, a surging Jimmy Walker

By Jim McCabe

• Canadian comet: Behind his mechanics-free approach, ballstriking machine Graham DeLaet has been rocketing up Tour leaderboards

By Jeff Rude

• European Tour: Coetzee wins, earns Open spot

• LET: The 'other' Woods wins Down Under

• Champions Tour: Allen holds off Waldorf

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COLLEGE

• Unmasked: Hartford's Evan Russell emerges as a key player

By Ron Balicki

• Niebrugge, Cowboys lasso titles in Hawaii

• UNF, Lliberty share Sea Best title

• Cal captures 4th event of season

• COLUMN: From Rochester to Auburn, memories of 'Deuce'

By Beth Ann Nichols

• Spring primer: Division I

By Lance Ringler

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FOR YOUR GAME

• The next step: Jorge Fernandez-Valdes works toward his dream: PGA Tour

By Adam Schupak

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THE GOLF LIFE

• Big and bold: With its 216-room lodge now open, Streamsong takes aim at nation's top resorts

By Martin Kaufmann

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AMATEUR

• Conners posts 'breakthrough win' in Jones Cup

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VOICES

• Inside the Ropes: A reminder of what the game can be

By Bradley S. Klein

• Wired: At Allianz, silence is golden

By Martin Kaufmann

• Letters to the Editor

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SCOREBOARD

• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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THE 19TH HOLE

• After all that, golf should be easy: Cancer has sidetracked J.L. Lewis on the Champions Tour. Now, he's just happy to be alive and working again.

By Jeff Rude