In this issue: July 9, 2010

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Inside the July 9, 2010 issue of Golfweek:


  • Philadelphia Story
  • LPGA: New winter plans in Florida?
  • In Toledo, this is Farr from ideal ...
  • Fast times for an Open champion
  • A new future in paradise
  • Host with the most
  • Remembering the Fish that got away ...

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  • Adjustable Titleist driver debuts at AT&T National (By James Achenbach and Sean Martin)
  • Tiger adds yards with new ball
  • USGA checks out Callaway clubs
  • AJGA winner plays 2010 grooves

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  • Feds interview Woods about Galea (By Alex Miceli)
  • Golf360: Global view on a growing game
  • Trump clears hurdle on a Scottish project (By Bradley S. Klein)
  • Q&A: Pete Dye, golf course architect

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  • Inside the Ropes: Treasuring Seve’s link to St. Andrews’ Old Course (By Alistair Tait)
  • Wired: No fireworks for McCord, CBS (By Martin Kaufmann)
  • Letters to the Editor

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  • Flower power: One week after a Sunday collapse, Justin Rose flourishes at Aronimink (By Sean Martin)
  • Ryan Moore adjusts his vacation plans for a side trip to Scotland
  • LPGA: Choi outlasts Kim trio
  • European: Jimenez eyes Ryder Cup
  • Champions: Mize comes through in Montreal
  • COLUMN: Small’s not the only winner in Indiana (By Rich Skyzinski)
  • Defections leave ASU women with a suddenly depleted roster (By Beth Ann Baldry)
  • Paolucci, Park win Rolex T of C (By Ryan Lavner)
  • Constable posts upset at North & South Amateur
  • Second-round 62 powers Yun at Dogwood Invitational

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  • New appreciation: It hardly was love at first sight, but Lee Westwood has grown fond of the Old Course at St. Andrews (By Jeff Rude)
  • ‘GREEN’ ACRES: Huge fairways and greens mask the inherent challenge at the Old Course (By Bradley S. Klein)
  • COLUMN: The hole in Mickelson’s legacy (By Jim McCabe)
  • Top 10 Open moments at the Old Course (By Alistair Tait)

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  • Big track in little Rhode Island: Meadow Brook emerges as a solid public-access test (By Bradley S. Klein)
  • Team effort: Jim Anthony, founder of The Cliffs, turns to unusual source of financing: his members (By Patricia Baldwin)

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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