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In this issue: Sept. 19, 2014

Inside the Sept. 19, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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• No Billy? No Chris? That’s good news for Rors

• Oh, he’ll miss it all right …

• Rickie’s Ryder rumblings

• ‘P-Paw’ knows best

• Pepper’s cathartic outlet

• Because that’s what golfers do

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TOY BOX

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• New woods on the way: Clubmakers promise plenty of distance with these latest offerings

By David Dusek

• Horschel sticks with favorites for two wins

• Bell avoids grooves DQ

• Thomas wins with Titleist

• Diverse bag at Senior Am

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IN THE NEWS

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• Woods’ rehab: No golf but plenty of time in the gym

By Brentley Romine

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COMPETITION

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• COLUMN: Rich in irony: What the PGA Tour’s season finale lacks in hoopla it more than makes up in moolah, and that suits the game’s royalty just fine

By Jim McCabe

• COLUMN: Playoff payoff: After early mis-steps on Tour, hyper-focused Morgan Hoffmann swings for the fences in a life-changing playoff run

By Adam Schupak

• Korean teen’s winning recipe: Just add water: Little-known player pulls off big Evian upset over Karrie Webb

By Beth Ann Nichols

RYDER CUP PREVIEW

• Thrills and spills: As Phil Mickelson prepares for his 10th Ryder Cup, history paints an uneven picture of the U.S. fan favorite

By Jim McCabe

• Benched: In case of injury or illness, each Ryder Cup captain must select one player to go ‘in the envelope.’ It’s an agonizing decision that has no winners

By Adam Schupak

• View to a thrill: Despite its apparent lack of charm, spectators should love PGA Centenary

By Bradley S. Klein

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COLLEGE

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• Illini freshman Meyer debuts with co-title

• ODU wins Program Challenge

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AMATEUR

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• U.S. captures 15th WATC title

• Aussie women rally for title

• Shirley’s redemption

• Harvey attains goal

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VOICES

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• Inside the Ropes: More general than captain, Watson calls all U.S. shots

By Alex Miceli

• Wired: Quiet in the booth, please!

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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• No apology needed: Disastrous results aside, captain Hal Sutton simply gave us what we wanted 10 years ago in the Ryder Cup

By Jim McCabe

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