In this issue: April 18, 2014

The cover of the April 18, 2014, Golfweek Magazine.
The cover of the April 18, 2014, Golfweek Magazine. ( Golfweek photo illustration )

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Inside the April 18, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

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• 'Tradition like no other' makes room for change

• 'Zinger opines on Tiger

• If you need a captain, just holler

• Crenshaw: One more go

• Fleetwood will be back

• Catching up with a friendly face

• This time, she will remember

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• Koch seeks 'hat trick' in 2015 Solheim Cup

By Alistair Tait

• Dawson cites urgency of Rio's 'new schedule'

By Alex Miceli

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• 2-in-1 clubs: New powerful, small-headed clubs gain traction, but are they drivers or fairway woods?

By James Achenbach

• Watson's Ping setup

• Blixt's two-driver week

• Olazabal copies Jimenez

• Schwartzel swaps clubs

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The 78th Masters

• Bubba Golf, Act II: Armed with a 'freak show' array of shots, Bubba Watson reigns again at Augusta

By Jim McCabe

• COLUMN: 'Fast-track learning': Augusta National shares its secrets sparingly, and first-time Masters players find it's too often after a painful misstep

By Adam Schupak

• COLUMN: Bubbalicious: Bubba Watson says his aggressive style and success are 'pretty wild' – in a good way

By Jeff Rude

• COLUMN: Augusta magic takes a holiday: Sound of silence reigns down the stretch

By Jeff Babineau

• Swede emerges on 'tough' track

By Beth Ann Nichols

• COLUMN: Gray mixes with green

By James Achenbach

• Stadlers pass the baton

By Alex Miceli

• The Voice of life: Forty-six years after an inspirational intervention, Billy Casper reunites with an injured Marine

By Jim McCabe

• Amateur Goss wraps up potential game-changer

By Beth Ann Nichols

• Scott lives the dream: Aussie bugs and golf with dad

• Scarcity of eagles

• Y'all come back now

• Good news, bad news

• Off to a hot start

• Good at the ends

• Remember him?

• Sore spot for Oosthuizen

• Porteous will play for pay

• Better days ahead for McCoy

• Tour: Ortiz gets 2nd Tour win

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• Cardinal rule at Western: Cameron Wilson denies teammate Patrick Rodgers another individual title

By Julie Williams

• Schniederjans, Jackets pass tough Scarlet test

• Clemson's Ashlan Ramsey to turn pro

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• Northern stars: Cabot Links, Jasper Park Lodge lead Canada's best courses

By Martin Kaufmann

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• Inside the Ropes: Some friendly tips to restore the roars

By Alex Miceli

• Wired: It's time for Augusta to drop CBS

By Martin Kaufmann

• Letters to the Editor

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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• Reality check: For Jordan Spieth, who nearly won in his Masters debut, the future holds plenty of promise

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