Inside the June 15, 2012 issue of Golfweek

Inside the June 15, 2012 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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• Hire Gil Hanse? It takes an Olympic effort

• Hoping to clean up

• A big loss at the Heritage

• No time for sadness

• Love’s executive team for Ryder takes shape

• They lost, but they sure were loved

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TOY BOX

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• 5-woods make a return to Tour bags

By James Achenbach

• Johnson busts stereotype

• Westwood wins with new sticks

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IN THE NEWS

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• Park faces reality of a life after golf

By Beth Ann Baldry

• A takeaway in the Show-Me State

By Brentley Romine

• Clemson’s Mills to get jump on Tour’s Q-School changes

By Sean Martin

• Q&A: Donna Mummert, U.S. Curtis Cup team manager

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COMPETITION

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• One in a billion: With her victory at the Wegmans LPGA, Shanshan Feng, China’s first major champion, might have fired the first shot in a revolution

By Beth Ann Baldry

• COLUMN: An attitude worth recycling

By Beth Ann Baldry

• Wie’s woes continue

• Positive prep for Se Ri Pak

• Memphis marvel: Despite nearly 3 months off, Dustin Johnson finds winning form in time for the U.S. Open

By Ron Balicki

• COLUMN: Love longs for Ryder double duty

• Post-graduate work lands first checks

• Overton ends marathon

• The man behind Rory: Michael Bannon, a humble club professional and instructor, keeps things straightforward for the 2011 U.S. Open champion

By Alistair Tait

• Champions Tour: Lehman repeats at Regions Tradition

• International amateurs: Huizing sets record at St. Andrews Links

• U.S. amateurs: Gray captures Palmetto Amateur

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CURTIS CUP

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• Scottish stunner: Sunday comeback lifts plucky GB&I to much-needed victory in what had become a lopsided competition

By Alistair Tait

• Call for temporary backup

• GB&I goes with the team leader

• Popson’s struggles continue at Nairn

• Hull’s up-and-down cup

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COLLEGES

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• Texas’ Fields, ’Bama’s Thomas earn honors

By Ryan Lavner

• Golfweek’s All-Americans

• Minnesota school wins NJCAA D-III

• Donovan re-ups with San Diego State

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THE GOLF LIFE

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• Blown away: Neither wind nor rain slows a whirlwind tour of the Irish isle’s northern coast

By Bradley S. Klein

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FOR YOUR GAME

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• Lessons learned: Jonathan Byrd’s reworked swing has him headed in ‘right direction’

By Sean Martin

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VOICES

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• Inside the Ropes: A 911 call to the Tour about cellphones

By Jim McCabe

• Wired: Ads that caught my attention

By Marty Kaufmann

• Letters to the Editor

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SCOREBOARD

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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PERSPECTIVE

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• Americans let this one get away

By Julie Williams

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