In this issue: Sept. 30, 2011

Inside the Sept. 30, 2011 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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  • Take a bow, golf, for a grand weekend

  • East Lake, then French Riviera?

  • He’s no Average Joe

  • Introducing ... the Tour’s Reavie Rule?

  • The pros have it

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TOY BOX

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  • Long putters stir interest (By James Achenbach)

  • Haas’ $11.4M club

  • Bradley gets gold

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IN THE NEWS

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  • Stricker’s pain in the neck won’t trump Presidents Cup (By Alex Miceli)

  • LPGA’s Lexi decision still ‘under review’ (By Beth Ann Baldry and Sean Martin)

  • Winners-only event highlights first half of Euro Tour’s schedule

  • Q&A: Greg Allen, Vanderbilt women’s coach

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VOICES

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  • Inside the Ropes: These team matches belong on the links (By Alistair Tait)

  • Wired: Killeen Castle’s grassy knoll (By Martin Kaufmann)

  • Letters to the Editor

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COMPETITION

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TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP

  • Valuable advice: Bill Haas, heeding his father’s lessons, stops beating himself up and wins the Tour Championship, $11.4 million and likely lands a spot on the Presidents Cup team (By Jim McCabe)

  • COLUMN: Numbers add up to worthy finish (By Jeff Rude)

  • A rough problem for Bubba

  • Time to fly: Tour players head overseas

  • A softer close: 18 plays easier

  • Baddeley straightens out putting

  • European Tour: Ferree returns to winner circle

  • Nationwide Tour: Potter steps up to PGA Tour

SOLHEIM CUP

  • Stout on Sunday: Europe’s youngsters - and unflinching leader Suzann Pettersen - turn the momentum late in a landmark triumph (By Beth Ann Baldry)

  • An original: In setting the Solheim Cup points record, England’s Laura Davies does it her way (By Beth Ann Baldry)

  • ‘Never again’: This time, Inkster means it

  • Not the way Stupples wanted to win

  • Irish marathon ... or sprint?

  • Nicholas’ new game plan: Get some rest

  • ‘Goddess of Golf’

  • A pairing decades in the making

  • Stanford shut out

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AMATEURS

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  • Triumph by Lewis one for the ages (By Ron Balicki)

  • Port adds 4th Women’s Mid-Am title

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COLLEGE

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  • Bruins show off depth in Fall Preview victory (By Julie Williams)

  • Late surge lifts Sooners

  • Final-round buzz

  • Teams of the week: Middle Tennessee State men, UCLA women

  • Players of the week: Hunter Green (Middle Tennessee State), Lindy Duncan (Duke)

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FOR YOUR GAME

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  • On a roll: Long putters have surged in popularity on the PGA Tour. Clubmakers are riding the wave (By James Achenbach)

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THE GOLF LIFE

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  • Mission possible: China

Your assignment: Play all 10 courses at Mission Hills Hainan before you’re overcome by sensory overload (By Adam Schupak)

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SCOREBOARD

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  • “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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PERSPECTIVE

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  • Opportunity knocks for LET (By Alistair Tait)
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