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In this issue: May 25, 2015

Inside the May 25, 2015 issue of Golfweek:

THE FORECADDIE

• This is Rory’s world, and we’re just visiting

• Peters’ not-so-big break

• Jack’s bunker mentality

• ‘Cookie’ monster

• And now, some words before the words

• Why we still love Lucy

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TOY BOX

• Fresh grooves: TaylorMade Tour Preferred EF wedges, by David Dusek

• Q&A: Mizuno’s Chris Voshall, by David Dusek

• Varying standards: Equipment measurements differ greatly across the industry, by James Achenbach

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COMPETITION

• He’s got next: With an attitude that’s second to none, Kevin Kisner senses a breakthrough after two recent near-misses on Tour, by Jeff Babineau

• PGA Tour: Wells Fargo Championship

• LPGA: Kingsmill Championship

• European Tour: Spanish Open

• Champions Tour: Regions Tradition

• Web.com Tour: BMW Charity Pro-Am

• Irish spring: With Rory McIlroy leading the charge, the once-struggling Irish Open finds itself in the green, by Adam Schupak

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AMATEUR

• Dream teams: Kids reign, but age meets its match at U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball, by Beth Ann Nichols

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COLLEGE

• Lifelong lesson: Marty Fleckman, the 1965 NCAA medalist from Houston who won in his Tour debut and never again, comes out on top after all, by Adam Schupak

• NCAA Championship men’s primer, by Lance Ringler

• College finals week: With so much depth in men’s and women’s golf, making the grade for the NCAAs is no crip course, by Lance Ringler

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THE GOLF LIFE

• High and mighty: There are many reasons the Blue Ridge Parkway is one of America’s favorite destinations. Here are a few of the best, by Martin Kaufmann

• Hounds and rounds: Dye’s Full Cry is latest chapter in Keswick Hall’s stirring history, by Martin Kaufmann

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SCOREBOARD

• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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THE 19TH HOLE

• Playing catch-up: Patrick Rodgers seeks to close gap with peers on Tour, by Jeff Babineau

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