In this issue: Feb. 18, 2011

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Golfweek (Feb. 18, 2011)

THE FORECADDIE

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  • * Pebble’s mighty refrain: Lee, Martin and Tiger who?
  • * Middle East payday: Tiger reportedly paid $55+ million
  • * Sound, clear thinking: Why we’re on Paddy’s wagon
  • * Stepping back in time
  • * Developmental developments
  • * Uniting two globetrotters
  • * This teen is driven
  • * 99’s tourney could get 86’d

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IN THE NEWS

  • • Woods’ response to spit fit: ‘I know better’ (By Jim McCabe)
  • • Hall clears spot for Chirkinian (By Sean Martin)
  • • Founders Cup tweaks prompt Creamer to play (By Beth Ann Baldry)
  • • Kraft invites five of nation’s top amateurs

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TOY BOX

  • * Long-distance irons: Less loft than ever before (By James Achenbach)
  • * Nike ball makes ‘official’ debut
  • * Points sticks with favorites

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VOICES

  • * Inside the Ropes: 3 of a kind always beats a lone ace (By Alistair Tait)
  • * Wired: An amateurish weekend (By Martin Kaufmann)
  • * Letters to the Editor

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COMPETITION

  • * Family first: Andy Miller, who walked away from the PGA Tour to complete a two-year Mormon mission, has no regrets about living his faith (By Adam Schupak)
  • * Pray vs. play: Tour pros find a way on Sabbath (By Jim McCabe and Sean Martin)
  • * Amateur hour: D.A. Points breaks through while the pay-to-play stars shine at Pebble Beach
  • * Hot Wilson cools off
  • * Gillis notches career best
  • * It’s in the blood
  • * Two to start, four to finish
  • * Showstopper: Understudy Alvaro Quiros one-ups the stars in Dubai (By Alistair Tait)
  • * Birdies instead of bombs
  • * Olazabal changes Ryder Cup order
  • * Stars in his eyes
  • * COLUMN: Ill-fitting crown for a one-time ruler (By Alistair Tait)
  • * Champions Tour: Lehman shows he’s still got it

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COLLEGE

  • * Eight and counting for Gators at home (By Ryan Lavner)
  • * Finally, Sun Devils are a team

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THE GOLF LIFE

  • Wet & wild: From the rainforest of Ko’olau to calm Ko Olina, the island of Oahu delivers a big wow factor (By Josh Sens)
  • Two-track mind: NASCAR’s Juan Pablo Montoya has different personalities, depending on what he’s driving (By Martin Kaufmann)

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SCOREBOARD

  • “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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PERSPECTIVE

  • * Faxon’s unconditional love (By Jim McCabe)
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