In this issue: Nov. 25, 2011

In this issue: Nov. 25, 2011


In this issue: Nov. 25, 2011

Inside the Nov. 25, 2011 issue of Golfweek:

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• Soaked, shocked and satiated Down Under

• Golf’s proposed Commonwealth Games

• Choi bids adieu to the artful Prodger

• Rookie steals the show

• King’s Thanksgiving message

• A Walker Cup encore, this time on home soil

• Let the superintendent shuffle begin

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• New clubs as 2011 runs out, By James Achenbach

• Furyk mixes and matches clubs

• Woods adds 2-iron for Cup play

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• Amateur landscape shaken up, By Ron Balicki

• For Stacy and Mickelson, golf’s version of immortality, By Julie Williams

• Q&A: Peter Thomson, Australian golf legend

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• Inside the Ropes: Couples earns a shot at Ryder Cup captaincy, By Jim McCabe

• Wired: No ‘wow’ from Down Under, By Martin Kaufmann

• Letters to the Editor

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• Fanatical: Thirteen years after its beat-down Down Under, the U.S. takes control from the start and lets the good times roll at Royal Melbourne, By Jim McCabe

• Final Shark sighting? Comfortable in his candor, captain Greg Norman goes down swinging in his homeland, By Jeff Rude

• Aussie sons don’t shine, By Jeff Babineau

• For Haases, it was a family affair, By Jim McCabe

• Clark’s roster spot comes with different duty, By Jim McCabe

• Royal Melbourne Golf Club: The lady is a proven champ, By Alex Miceli

• Quite a week for Cup-clincher Woods, By Jeff Rude

• COLUMN: Furyk re-emerges as a U.S. rock, By Jeff Babineau

• Hot tandem in Mahan-Toms

• Another Cup quest for Schwartzel

• Lefty has this Presidents Cup thing figured out

• U.S. and International team report cards

• COLUMN: USGA makes room for a legend: Silky-swinging Mickey Wright joins Jones, Hogan and Palmer with her own room at Far Hills Museum, By Beth Ann Baldry

• LPGA: Park takes her place among Korean elite

• Reset buttons: Three can’t-miss kids — remember Beth Bauer, May Wood and Catherine Cartwright? — find there’s a lot to life after golf, By Beth Ann Baldry

• European Tour: Mulroy earns title on his home turf

• Nationwide Tour: Hurley sets sail on ship of dreams

• Champions Tour: Freeman leads qualifiers at Q-School

• Fall recap

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• Stick with the principles: Bo Van Pelt, a mainstay on leaderboards this year, puts Mark Wood’s advice into play to carve out his place among the game’s elite, By Sean Martin

• A hang-up for smartphones: Many apps are nonconforming as distance-measuring devices

• James Achenbach

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• The modest touch: Dormie Club claims spot among N.C. Sandhills’ best, By Bradley S. Klein

• Do-over at Dorado: Dorado Beach seeks to reclaim status among Caribbean’s best, By Martin Kaufmann

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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• International foursomes folly, By Jeff Rude


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