In this issue: March 9, 2012

In this issue: March 9, 2012

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In this issue: March 9, 2012

Inside the March 9, 2012 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE
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* Tavistock tussle
The Tour’s new autumn winds …
He’s on one Prideful run
Hostess with the mostest
A void in the PGA Tour caddie yard
Upside-down at Pinehurst
Q-School daze: Tough go for amateurs

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TOY BOX
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* GPS: Help from above By James Achenbach

  • Rory’s short-game wizardry
  • Yang’s adjustments
  • A pair of 3-irons for Woods

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IN THE NEWS
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* Callaway calls Brewer’s number By Gene Yasuda

  • Hull’s Kraft spot comes with a cost By Alistair Tait

  • TurfNet honors savior of Bear Trace By John Reitman

  • Q&A: Bob Cupp, president of American Society of Golf Course Architects

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COMPETITION
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* Roarin’: Rory McIlroy holds off Tiger Woods at the Honda, commencing the coronation of a new No. 1 By Sean Martin

  • COLUMN: McIlroy signals closing time By Jim McCabe

  • COLUMN: Home cookin’, LPGA-style By Beth Ann Baldry

  • Nationwide: Loar adds Panama to win list

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COLLEGE
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* Senior, 63, enjoys his Swan song By Ron Balicki

  • Park leaves USC women

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GOLFWEEK’S BEST
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* The accidental genius: For 50 years, Pete Dye has built a legacy by getting his hands dirty By Bradley S. Klein

  • The Classics (before 1960)

  • The Modern (1960-present)

  • State-by-state

  • The best little course in Texas: Pine Dunes, a Lone Star hideaway, delivers a Sandhills-type thrill By Martin Kaufmann

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VOICES
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* Inside the Ropes: Keeping stride amid the latest Tigermania By Ryan Lavner

  • Wired: Fresh meat and the Bear Trap By Martin Kaufmann

  • Letters to the Editor

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SCOREBOARD
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* “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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PERSPECTIVE

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  • What’s your ‘birdie yardage’?

By Bradley S. Klein

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