In this issue: Feb. 5, 2010

In this issue: Feb. 5, 2010

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In this issue: Feb. 5, 2010

Inside the Feb. 5, 2010 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

  • Lefty, Scotty and the ghost of square grooves past
  • John Daly for Comeback Player of the Year?
  • Paul Goydos could be a good fit for commissioner, except for one thing
  • Shanks for the memory, Johnny
  • Hogan would have insisted on a special grind for this guy
  • Holtgrieve is back, though a bit worse for wear

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TOY BOX

• Putters: Rollin’ out new flatsticks (By James Achenbach)

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IN THE NEWS

• Thorpe plans to play Champions Tour and appeal jail sentence (By Jim McCabe )

• Golf consortium adds Capitol clout to boost game’s image (By Gene Yasuda)

• Sybase Match Play brings LPGA season to 24 events (By Beth Ann Baldry)

Q&A: Paul Azinger, 50, prepares for his Champions Tour debut

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VOICES

Inside the Ropes: A supply-side cure for golf that won’t be too popular (By Martin Kaufmann)

Wired: Brandel Chamblee’s perspective adds clarity to a confusing situation (By Martin Kaufmann)

Letters to the Editor

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COMPETITION

• Phil Mickelson’s debut was anything but a party at the beach (By Jeff Rude)

• Yes, Ben, you won: Crane’s finish in San Diego surprises even himself

COLUMN: Tour players take sides as grooves dispute widens (By Sean Martin)

• Robert Karlsson regains his winning form on European Tour

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COLLEGE

• Duquesne drops men’s golf, straining one family’s legacy and leaving 7 players in void (By Ron Balicki)

• Elon player antes up for Haiti relief effort

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THE GOLF LIFE

• Jim Hyler, dubbed “the right guy for the job,’’ takes over at the USGA (By James Achenbach)

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BUSINESS

• PGA Merchandise Show strategies amid a sluggish economy (By Gene Yasuda and Adam Schupak)

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FOR YOUR GAME

• Golf simulators bring an outdoor game to life indoors (By James Achenbach)

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SCOREBOARD

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PERSPECTIVE

• Sure, the economy is tough, but it’s a great time to be a golfer (By Jeff Rude)

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