In this issue: April 25, 2014

Inside the April 25, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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  • An AARP card or Champions card?

  • Some big plans for Young Master Matt

  • It's not so elementary

  • That's one mighty test

  • All about the pong

  • Hey, Annie, that saying is taken

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IN THE NEWS

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  • TaylorMade's new king of clubs

By James Achenbach

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TOY BOX

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  • Get a grip

By James Achenbach

  • Jimenez relies on Ping

  • Kuchar's winning bag

  • Wie carries full Nike set

  • Ketsch putters roll to 1-2

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COMPETITION

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  • COLUMN: Growing pains: Losing on the biggest stage hurts, but major champions contend that Jordan Spieth will benefit. After all, it worked for Watson, Faldo and Love.

By Jim McCabe

  • Make-good: Given an Easter reprieve, Matt Kuchar shows his Sunday best at cozy Harbour Town

By Jim McCabe

  • That's more like it: Michelle Wie, living up to a decade of hype, wins in hometown

By Beth Ann Baldry

JUNIOR GOLF

  • The recruiting puzzle: Juniors face a seemingly daunting task in selecting a college, but the answer need not be so complex

By Beth Ann Nichols

  • Recruiting primer

  • Little People's event leaves big footprint

By Andy Zunz

  • European Tour: Westwood wins again

  • Champions Tour: Jimenez goes wire-to-wire

  • Juniors: Schlottman, Forsyth repeat at Palmetto

  • Amateur: McCullen takes McEvoy Trophy

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FOR YOUR GAME

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  • Road map to success: After leaving his native Venezuela to pursue his dream in the U.S., Jorge Garcia begins to shape a world-class golf game

By Adam Schupak

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COLLEGE

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  • Vandy, Feng sweep SEC

By Brentley Romine

  • Tide swells for U.S. in Palmer Cup

  • Boutier, Duke cruise in ACC

  • Waves roll in WCC

  • Campbell shoots record

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THE GOLF LIFE

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  • Ross reborn: At Mid Pines, Kyle Franz's restoration recaptures vision of master architect

By Bradley S. Klein

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VOICES

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  • Inside the ropes: College cram session for a would-be recruit

By Lance Ringler

  • Wired: Wie, wind and quiet time

By Martin Kaufmann

  • Letters to the Editor

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SCOREBOARD

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  • “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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THE 19TH HOLE

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  • Rites (and wrongs) of spring: Making a beeline toward the bizarre in golf, from major moments to minor characters

By Jeff Rude

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