In this issue: Sept. 3, 2010

Inside the Sept. 3, 2010 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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  • A thumbs up to this Bay watch
  • Say hello to a new Mr. October
  • U.S. Open ’18: Just add water, please
  • Driving Mr. Daisy ... er, Mr. Monty
  • So, what’d you do on your summer vacation?
  • 18 holes that will rock you

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TOY BOX

  • Low Spin or Long Distance: Adams’ 2 new driver options (By James Achenbach)
  • Scott’s putter cut down to size
  • Rainy days and tinkering
  • Two wins for Bridgestone
  • Full Titleist bag for Uihlein

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IN THE NEWS

  • LPGA to probe wrong-ball DQs (By Beth Ann Baldry)
  • One answer, many questions in Blasberg’s death
  • Texas Open bumps Hilton Head from post-Masters spot (By Jim McCabe and Alex Miceli)
  • Atlanta Athletic Club loses ’13 NCAA
  • USGA goes the distance to police length
  • Q and A: Bob Diamond, Barclays president

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VOICES

  • Inside the Ropes: Rookie pro’s spirit of giving goes way beyond expected (By Beth Ann Baldry)
  • Wired: Amateur effort from NBC, GC (By Martin Kaufmann)
  • Letters to the Editor

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COMPETITION

  • A long-awaited homecoming: Matt Kuchar’s win at The Barclays ensures Georgia will be on his mind (By Adam Schupak)
  • Woods’ dramatic week
  • Furyk’s Barclays wake-up call
  • Wie aces Canada test, taking foes to school
  • Hetherington hangs ’em up
  • COLUMN: For Monty, 3 picks not enough (By Alistair Tait)
  • The loop of their lives: For 80 years, the Evans Scholars Foundation – a beneficiary of next week’s BMW Championship – has provided deserving caddies a shot at college. Their stories personify the American Dream. (By Jeff Rude)

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AMATEURS

  • The perfect plan: Peter Uihlein’s summer tour ends with the grandest prize: The U.S. Amateur Championship (By Ron Balicki)
  • COLUMN: Cantlay is in good company (By Sean Martin)
  • An falls one match shy of an Augusta return
  • Wilson top qualifier – again
  • Dirksen off to third college

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COLLEGE

  • Double threat: NCAA champion Scott Langley brings a pragmatic approach to golf. Illinois coach Mike Small, who has won a few national titles himself, can relate. (By Sean Martin)

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FOR YOUR GAME

  • Fundamental relationship: Illinois’ Scott Langley keeps game sharp with 2 coaches and 1 message: Simplicity (By Sean Martin)

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SCOREBOARD

  • Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet

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PERSPECTIVE

  • Kim’s post-operative pain (By Jim McCabe)
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