News for Tuesday, August 14, 2012

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Wyatt ties U.S. Am record to take medalist honor

Alabama's Bobby Wyatt tied a U.S. Amateur record by going 9 under to secure medalist honor and the top seed heading into Wednesday's match-play portion at Cherry Hills Country Club.

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Thomas slides into U.S. Am match play

U.S. Amateur notes: Justin Thomas looked to be on his way home early, but an incredible rally kept the Alabama star around for match play.

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Nicklaus returns to Cherry Hills to support son

Jack Nicklaus nearly won the U.S. Open at Cherry Hills in 1960 in shocking fashion, but likely was more nervous watching his son Gary fail to qualify for match play on Tuesday at the U.S. Amateur.

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Men's preview: No. 30 South Carolina

In the first of our breakdown of the country's 30 best men's college golf squads, we begin with the Gamecocks of South Carolina:

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Women's preview: No. 30 N.C. State

In the first of our breakdown of the country's 30 best women's college golf squads, we begin with the Wolfpack of N.C. State.

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Washington's Pan takes mid-day lead at U.S. Amateur

Washington's Cheng-Tsung Pan grabs clubhouse lead at U.S. Amateur after the morning wave, with Jordan Spieth and Zac Blair not far behind.

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McIlroy wins with Titleist's 913 driver

PGA Championship winner Rory McIlroy became the first PGA Tour player to win using Titleist’s new 913 driver.

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Gilliam wears two hats at U.S. Am: Player and FootJoy rep

Nick Gilliam didn't make the cut at the 2012 U.S. Amateur, but he'll be sticking around for the rest of the week representing his "day job" as a promotions manager for FootJoy.

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New focus on shaft science has helped pros, amateurs

Major shaft manufacturers are building phenomenal shafts. Gone are the days when building a golf shaft was a fickle, inconsistent process.

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The week ahead in the world of golf . . .

The week ahead in the world of golf . . .

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In this issue: August 17, 2012

Inside the Aug. 17, 2012 issue of Golfweek

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Notes: McDowell thrives at the majors

PGA Tour notebook: Graeme McDowell might have won the 2010 U.S. Open, but his 2012 performance in majors was the best of his career.

Golfweek's Best: 2012 GB&I Modern courses

The best that Great Britain and Ireland have to offer.