In this issue: Aug. 2, 2013

In this issue: Aug. 2, 2013


In this issue: Aug. 2, 2013

Inside the Aug. 2, 2013 issue of Golfweek:

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• Family first

• Jack’s forget-me-not moment

• Historic double payoff

• Heartfelt trims for Coach Kim

• An apple for this teacher

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• TaylorMade fine-tunes adjustability with SLDR

By James Achenbach

• Snedeker wields two TaylorMade drivers

• New role for Nike’s chief designer

• Fujikura updates Speeder, expands line

By James Achenbach

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• Thomas to go pro

By Nick Masuda

• USGA’s new four-ball events land marquee venues

By Jeff Rude

• Get Golf Ready adds business program

By Gene Yasuda

• Q&A: Mike Whan, LPGA commissioner

By Beth Ann Baldry

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• National treasure: Brandt Snedeker and caddie Scott Vail give Canadians the next-best thing to a homegrown champion

By Adam Schupak

• Expect to see more of Bohn

• COLUMN: Wiebe’s unpredictable victory

By Alistair Tait

• A grateful Sauers

• Elkington’s troubling Twitter rant

• Spectator hurt by errant shot

• Major Polish milestone

• Tour: Tway breaks through; Knox joins 59 club

• European Tour: Hoey amazed with fifth title

• Ladies European Tour: Webb wins 54th worldwide title

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• Canadian Pendrith nabs Porter Cup

By Cassie Stein

• Help from a friend: Scottie Scheffler, 17, of Dallas, finds inspiration to win U.S. junior

By Brentley Romine

• Liu goes out with impressive resume

• Kentucky teen contends in his 1st Junior

• Finally! Gabriella Then heads to USC with no tears and U.S. Girls’ prize

By Julie Williams

• Henderson, 15, captures Canadian Women’s Am

• Raber captures Pacific Coast Amateur

• Parziale wins Ouimet Memorial

PGA Championship

• The maverick: PGA president Ted Bishop, an outspoken Indiana course owner, plies wit and wisdom in seeking to reverse golf’s fortunes

By Adam Schupak

• Made for majors: Oak Hill, host to so many marquee events, poses a brawny test for the PGA

• By Bradley S. Klein

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• Lakes & Links: Not far from mighty Oak Hill, New York’s Finger Lakes region pairs good golf and good life

By Evan Rothman

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• Inside the Ropes: Reluctant passengers on a runaway train

By Lance Ringler

• Wired: Less isn’t more for GC,

By Martin Kaufmann

• Letters to the Editor

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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• A shining light from the East

By Adam Schupak


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