In this issue: Sept. 9, 2011

In this issue: Sept. 9, 2011

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In this issue: Sept. 9, 2011

Inside the Sept. 9, 2011 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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  • When it comes to Phil, we just can’t get our fill

  • Have clubs, will travel …

  • Hail to the chairman

  • The one that got away

  • Steinberg’s dynamic duo

  • A revered stage for the NCAAs

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TOY BOX

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  • Wilson unveils new products (By James Achenbach)

  • Titleist, Mitsubishi team on shaft (By James Achenbach)

  • Lefty goes long

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IN THE NEWS

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  • TV deal signals dawn of post-Tiger PGA Tour (By Martin Kaufmann)

  • Acushnet looks east for increased growth (By Gene Yasuda)

  • Q&A: Gavin Hall, AJGA Junior Players champion

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VOICES

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  • Inside the Ropes: A team in transition, with trophies in tow (By Ryan Lavner)

  • Wired: Cue the music for some applause (By Martin Kaufmann)

  • Letters to the Editor

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COLLEGE PREVIEW

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  • Rookie revolution: For some high-achieving freshmen, the PGA Tour has been a steppingstone into the college game. Kids, please remember to respect your elders. (By Sean Martin)

  • Golfweek’s top 10 freshmen

  • FOR YOUR GAME: Spieth takes flight (By Sean Martin)

  • Ready to Excel: Propelled by a breakout summer, Patrick Rodgers enters Stanford at the top of a fab freshman class (By Ryan Lavner)

  • COLUMN: Some ‘can’t-misses’ still do (By Ron Balicki)

  • Golfweek’s preseason top 10 men’s teams, top 10 individuals, preseason rankings, coaching changes and top returnees

  • Martin’s marvels: UCLA’s men and UCLA’s Patrick Cantlay

  • Golfweek’s preseason top 10 women’s teams, top 10 individuals, preseason rankings, top freshmen and top returnees

  • Ringler’s ringers: UCLA’s women and Alabama’s Stephanie Meadow

  • COLUMN: A pitch for pizazz at NCAAs (By Beth Ann Baldry)

  • Small-college preseason rankings: Divisions II and III and NAIA

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THE GOLF LIFE

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  • College Classics 101: Top campus courses have long, rich histories (By Martin Kaufmann)

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SOLHEIM CUP PREVIEW

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  • The intimidator: Suzann Pettersen gives Europe a menacing presence, even if she doesn’t really mean it (By Beth Ann Baldry)

  • COLUMN: ‘Free spirit’ Davies still Europe’s star (By Alistair Tait)

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COMPETITION

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  • Playoff payoff: Webb Simpson birdies his final 3 holes — including 2 in a playoff with Chez Reavie — to steal the Deutsche Bank Championship (By Jim McCabe)

  • A busy but short week

  • The eagles have landed

  • Rookie on the rise: Stanley headed to Chicago

  • European Tour: Back-to-back for Bjorn

  • Nationwide Tour: Next top for Christian likely will be PGA Tour

  • Juniors: Hall wins first AJGA event

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SCOREBOARD

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  • “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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PERSPECTIVE

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  • An imperfect formula that works (By Jeff Babineau)

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