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In this issue: Jan. 31, 2014

Inside the Jan. 31, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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  • Refreshing island breeze
  • You stay classy, Morgan Hoffmann
  • Bifurcation gets his undivided attention
  • Start the Tiger watch
  • A man can dream
  • In the end, he sported green
  • Let’s hang 10, er, 18
  • Happy (early) Father’s Day

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IN THE NEWS

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  • Texas’ Richards: I won’t coach again

By Lance Ringler

  • Masters grooves to a new Latin beat

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COMPETITION

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  • COLUMN: Some rust … and recovery: In their Tour season debuts, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson make early exits at Torrey

By Jim McCabe

  • That’s a ‘go’: Scott Stallings gambles and wins on the final hole of the Farmers Insurance Open

By Jim McCabe

  • Man of patience
  • Convenient stop for Calc
  • A local foursome
  • COLUMN: Let the good times roll: Jessica Korda, fresh off some swing fine-tuning with an old friend, wins the LPGA’s opener in the Bahamas

By Beth Ann Nichols

  • Tough lesson for Alex
  • Keeping up with the Lewises
  • Salas in the hunt but still awaits breakthrough
  • On solid ground: With the desert money mirage having faded, the European Tour nonetheless enters 2014 with a big footprint. Of course, hosting the Ryder Cup helps.

By Alistair Tait

  • European Tour: Garcia finally cracks Qatar’s code

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PGA MERCHANDISE SHOW

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  • Bigger target: A 15-inch hole? Oversized clubs and balls? ‘Golf’ with a soccer ball? Hack Golf launches with a big goal: add fun to the game. (And maybe save it?)

By Adam Schupak

  • COLUMN: Soul survivors: Reinvention defines the career trajectories of industry icons

By Martin Kaufmann

  • Four! Titleist updates lines

By David Dusek

  • Bridgestone adds a touch of water

By David Dusek

  • Callaway has a Speed for every player

By David Dusek

  • High-tech time: Swing analyzers, gadgets become more affordable and accessible

By David Dusek

  • Increased foot traffic: Skechers, New Balance among others stepping into category

By Adam Schupak

  • Variety abounds: Latest GPS and laser rangefinders offer plenty of options

By James Achenbach

  • Stallings triumphs with Titleist gear
  • Garcia wins with TaylorMade gear
  • Heavy driver shafts

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USGA

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  • The spirit of St. Louis: Thomas J. O’Toole Jr., whose golf chops include caddie, rules expert and course-setup man, recasts the mold of a USGA president

By James Achenbach

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THE GOLF LIFE

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  • Fun in the sun: La Costa makeover marked by everyday playability and better conditioning

By Bradley S. Klein

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VOICES

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  • Inside the Ropes: Clash of cultures frames golf’s future

By Bradley S. Klein

  • Wired: CBS shortcut: Hit refresh button

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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THE 19TH HOLE

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  • Fix golf? Easy. Here’s how: Focus on faster, friendlier and more fun would lure new players where other programs have failed

By Jeff Rude

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