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In this issue: Oct. 1, 2010

Inside the Oct. 1, 2010 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

  • Jet set ready for takeoff
  • Hawaii Five-O? Try Six-7!
  • Golf in 4 hours gets the college try
  • When the Ryder Cup first got rowdy
  • Making the call to the senior bullpen
  • We look ahead when others do not
  • Oklahoma State’s Tway bound for pros after NCAAs
  • Quigleys still on top

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TOY BOX

  • Wilson charts comeback (By James Achenbach)
  • Furyk secures win with JAWS
  • Furyk devoted to Oban shaft
  • Yes! A nice find on the bargain rack
  • Four in a row for Ping putters

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IN THE NEWS

  • Els’ ‘comfortable ride’ leads to Hall of Fame (By Jeff Rude)
  • Clubmaker Feel Golf: We won’t obey USGA grooves timetable (By James Achenbach)
  • LPGA takes deep breath as ’11 nears (By Beth Ann Baldry)
  • Q&A: Billy Andrade, Tour member/design consultant

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VOICES

  • Inside the Ropes: Politics trump merit with presidential pick (By Adam Schupak)
  • Wired: Viewers tune out FedEx 4.0 (By Martin Kaufmann)
  • Letters to the Editor

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COMPETITION

  • Mystery solved: Jim Furyk answers the bell to win the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup (By Jim McCabe)
  • COLUMN: Perfect? No, but not bad, either (By Jeff Rude)
  • Champions: Cochran maintains hot streak
  • European: Parry makes most of opportunity
  • Nationwide: Smith breaks through in Texas
  • COLUMN: Hahn plays with unburdened purpose (By Sean Martin)

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COLLEGE

  • Iowa serves notice (By Sean Martin)

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THE GOLF LIFE

  • An early stress test: Cape Fear National dazzles as it distracts (By Bradley S. Klein)

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SCOREBOARD

  • “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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PERSPECTIVE

  • An urgent call to fix golf (By Gene Yasuda)

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