In this issue: Sept. 23, 2011

In this issue: Sept. 23, 2011

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In this issue: Sept. 23, 2011

Inside the Sept. 23, 2011 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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  • Anchors aweigh or simply belly aching?

  • The power of Tiger

  • A Cog Hill conundrum? Oh, brother

  • So long, Louise

  • Losing with class and dignity

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TOY BOX

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  • New releases: Cobra, Titleist, Nike (By James Achenbach)

  • Thompson powered by Cobra

  • Rose decked out in TaylorMade

  • Ping designer uses his creations

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IN THE NEWS

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  • Q-School overhaul off until ’13 (By Sean Martin)

  • It’s deja vu for LPGA as China pulls plug again (By Beth Ann Baldry)

  • Q&A: Sydnee Michaels, Futures Tour player

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VOICES

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  • Inside the Ropes: A scholarly pursuit for the BMW’s home (By Jeff Rude)

  • Wired: Another view on the edges (By Martin Kaufmann)

  • Letters to the Editor

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COMPETITION

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  • Leading man: Justin Rose emerges as the big winner at the BMW, but that’s merely the start of an unfolding series of playoff drama (By Jim McCabe)

  • COLUMN: Reclaiming the season, just in time (By Jeff Rude)

COLUMN: Isn’t this enough? Lexi Thompson, at 16, rolls to a record-setting victory at the Navistar LPGA Classic. America’s future has arrived, and the LPGA would be silly not to welcome her. (By Beth Ann Baldry)

  • Nationwide Tour: Kokrak checks out as a tour winner

  • Champions Tour: Jay Don Blake breaks through

  • European Tour: GB&I keeps Seve Trophy

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AMATEURS

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  • GB&I’s 11th man: Royal Aberdeen, with a big assist from Mother Nature, proves too much for a heavily favored American squad (By Alistair Tait)

  • USGA Senior Amateur: Louis Lee wins title, joins brother as national champion (By James Achenbach)

  • USGA Senior Women’s Amateur: Sweet smell of victory for Frohnmayer

  • U.S. pros romp to PGA Cup win (By Rich Skyzinski)

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COLLEGE

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  • What’s the rush? Despite a sizzling summer that would indicate he’s ready, Patrick Cantlay is in no hurry to leave UCLA for pro ranks (By Sean Martin)

  • Camels team up, get over playoff hump (By Ryan Lavner)

  • Longhorns’ Spieth sits out Olympia Fields opener

  • Teams of the week: Stanford men, Oklahoma State women

  • Players of the week Patrick Rodgers (Stanford), Austin Ernst (LSU)

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THE GOLF LIFE

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  • The river wild: Dismal River, remodeled but still raw, flashes its potential (By Bradley S. Klein)

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SCOREBOARD

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  • “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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PERSPECTIVE

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  • Answering hardship with heart (By Jim McCabe)

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