In this issue: June 25, 2010

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Golfweek (June 25, 2010)

Inside the June 25, 2010 issue of Golfweek:

THE FORECADDIE

  • For this, we’ll walk the entire 17 miles
  • Before play, a little work for Dustin Johnson
  • Never too old to learn from kids
  • The Monterey Peninsula’s ‘other’ beauty
  • Oh, those crazy greens at Oakmont
  • The high price of Pebble Beach

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TOY BOX

  • New release: More equipment for summer (By James Achenbach)

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IN THE NEWS

  • Pebble’s USGA dates don’t include women (By Jeff Babineau)
  • Erin Hills lands ’17 Open for Midwest
  • Henley adds Haskins Award to his 2010 haul
  • Q&A: Robert Gamez, Nationwide Tour player

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VOICES

  • Inside the Ropes: 5-year rotation for Pebble would boost golf’s appeal (By James Achenbach)
  • Wired: Exhausting and compelling theater at the Open (By Bradley S. Klein)
  • Letters to the Editor

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U.S. OPEN

  • Cliffhanger: Graeme McDowell grabs 1st major as his rivals plummeet at Pebble (By Jim McCabe)
  • ANALYSIS: Calm, confident . . . and crowned (By Jeff Rude)
  • ‘So close to heaven’: Frenchman Havret almost pulls off a stunning victory in his U.S. Open debut (By Sean Martin)
  • COLUMN: Beauty turns beastly for Johnson (By Jeff Babineau)
  • The many faces of Tiger Woods: No. 1 player can’t overcome mental miscues (By John Hawkins)
  • The Prince of Pebble takes a bow: Watson completes circle with more Monterey memories (By Jeff Rude)
  • ‘I don’t know what to do’: Davis Love III sums up challenge of holding tiny green at No. 14 (By Jeff Babineau)
  • It’s College Week at the Open (By Sean Martin)
  • Ty Tryon, now 26, finds a bit of that old spark (By Sean Martin)
  • Former Pebble caddie enjoys ‘awesome week’ (By James Achenbach)
  • Poulter leaves Pebble with ‘no emotion’
  • Small steps for Immelman after wrist surgery
  • A tough go for Compton
  • COLUMN: No one to blame but yourself (By James Achenbach)

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COMPETITION

  • On top of the world (By Beth Ann Baldry)
  • COLUMN: Creamer’s return: Thumb’s up
  • COLUMN: Daly, a savior? Fort Smith hopes so

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AMATEUR

  • True champions: Curtis sisters emphasized social causes as well as international competition (By Jim McCabe)
  • Peterman tops Monroe field

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THE GOLF LIFE

  • Chug on: Even a railroad strike can’t derail a trip to some of Western Canada’s top tracks (By David Weiss)

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SCOREBOARD

• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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PERSPECTIVE

  • Sunday at the Open: Shock theater (By Jeff Rude)
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