In this issue: Oct. 28, 2011

In this issue: Oct. 28, 2011


In this issue: Oct. 28, 2011

Inside the Oct. 28, 2011 issue of Golfweek:


• Sountrack for ’11: ‘The Way We Were’?

• There’s more than tea in China

• Masters champ takes flight

• The Kids Are All Right, Part I …

• … while across the pond, another success story

• Taiwan won’t have to wait long for a women’s encore

• Kraft makes a major decision for 2012

• Bandon still bustling


• The season for giving, by James Achenbach

• Donald seeks consistent feel in club shafts

• Garcia uses all TaylorMade gear


• USGA, R&A on same page as rules unified, pelanties eased, by James Achenbach

• Volatile and victorious, Hill left his mark on game, by James Achenbach

• PGA Tour signs deal for growth in Latin America, by Sean Martin

• Fall ’12 forecast: More time to sweat, by Sean Martin

• Pressure-free Holmes embraces second chance after surgery, by Jeff Rude

• Q&A: Cody Proveaux, AJGA Rolex Player of the Year


• Inside the Ropes: Lucky for the glimpse of Sam’s shining light, by Jim McCabe

• Wired: Quick fall from ‘loose’ to ‘lose’, by Martin Kaufmann

• Letters to the Editor


• Thrill ride: Luke Donald goes to front of the line at Disney, winning the season-ender and the money title. If he’s not Player of the Year, then who is?, by Sean Martin

• Upbeat Immelman finds his form, by Jim McCabe

Presidents Cup Preview

• The wonder Down Under: Alister MacKenzie, trained in the art of concealment, transformed Australian golf with Royal Melbourne, by Bradley S. Klein

• COLUMN: Australia’s prodigal son returns, by Jim McCabe

• Unanimous pick: Tiger Woods’ U.S. teammates applaud Fred Couples’ selection. Now, it’s up to Woods to revive his game.

• LPGA: Munoz makes move in Asia

• Nationwide: Coles heads to PGA Tour for fourth time

• European: Garcia steamrolls in Spain

• Inspiration, revisited: Sixty years ago, Skip Alexander, who had cheated death in a fiery plane crash just 13 months earlier, recorded one of golf’s most amazing comebacks as Ryder Cup hero, by James Achenbach

• COLUMN: The people’s choice: Yani Tseng, whose homecoming stirs the masses in Taiwan, completes a storybook ending, by Beth Ann Baldry


• ’Bama halts UCLA streak

• Freshman sparks Ducks


• Long and short: Robert Garrigus’ work with his wedges adds new dynamic to his powerful game, by Sean Martin

• Putter pointers, by James Achenbach


• Quality over quantity: Our Best New Courses list heralds some game-changers, by Martin Kaufmann

• Bay State roller: Rugged terrain and awkward routing squeezes Shining Rock into a hard place, by Bradley S. Klein


• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’


• At Disney, dreams — and nightmares, by Jeff Rude


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