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In This Issue: April 13, 2015

Inside the April 13, 2015 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

• Outside the ropes, anything can happen

• Player hits a high note

• The right stuff

• Palmer’s new mission

• Drive, Chip … and smile

• Um, we’re staying at home …

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TOY BOX

• Distance and height: TaylorMade Aeroburner irons

By David Dusek

• Q&A: PGA Tour player Paul Casey

By David Dusek

• Put it to the test: 5 pointers for demo days

By James Achenbach

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JUNIOR ISSUE

• Worth the walk: For a junior golfer who doesn’t land a college scholarship, options exist. The plight of a walk-on isn’t easy, but as these success stories attest, it can be done.

By Beth Ann Nichols

• Tips for potential walk-ons

By Matt Thurmond, Washington head men’s coach

• Just what the doctor-to-be ordered

By Jessica (Arthur) English

• Walk-ons: 3 who made it

• Missing links: Sam Horsfield, 18, a Floridian by way of England, pursues a GB&I Walker Cup spot with that rarest of British traits: no links experience

By Adam Schupak

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COMPETITION

• Hey, have you heard? The secret is out on Tour: Jimmy Blair’s kid can play

By Adam Schupak

• PGA Tour: Shell Houston Open

• Golfweek Father of the Year: Don Padgett II

• Deja vu in the desert: Brittany Lincicome makes another splash after re-creating 72nd-hole magic

By Beth Ann Nichols

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THE GOLF LIFE

• Big and bold: Thompson’s daring creations laid the groundwork for a diverse landscape

By Bradley S. Klein

• Golfweek’s Best: Canadian Classic 2015

• Golfweek’s Best: Canadian Modern 2015

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SCOREBOARD

• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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THE 19TH HOLE

• Augusta’s other Sunday: Kids enjoy the run of the place on a day like no other

By Jeff Babineau

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