In this issue: Jan. 10, 2014

Inside the Jan. 10, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

• • •

EDITOR'S LETTER

• A fresh start to a new year

By Jeff Babineau

• • •

THE FORECADDIE

• Davies pines for more

• Is this the last run for former No. 1?

• He's a big hit in China

• LPGA's action-packed offseason

• Going once, going twice …

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TOY BOX

• Ping touts low spin, high launch

By David Dusek

• TaylorMade updates irons

By David Dusek

• New year, new changes

• Zach Johnson's winning bag

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IN THE NEWS

• Making waves on Maui

By Alex Miceli

• Accenture's exit leaves Match Play in limbo

By Alex Miceli

• • •

COMPETITION

• COLUMN: Father knows best: Kuchars go the distance to preserve family ties, and dad's game benefits

By Jim McCabe

• Scene stealer: On the grand stage at Kapalua, gritty Zach Johnson seizes the spotlight – again

By Jim McCabe

• • •

2014 PREVIEW

• Paradise in the pines: Pinehurst Resort evolves as idyllic American destination

By Martin Kaufmann

• The Pinehurst shuffle: At the resort's heralded No. 2 course, the USGA aims to pull off an improbable doubeheader

By Bradley S. Klein

• Sounding off: LPGA players talk about playing the U.S. Women's Open the week after the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2

By Beth Ann Nichols

• The dealmaker: Raleigh's Jim Hyler and some Carolina visionaries helped secure Pinehurst's place in U.S. Open lore

By James Achenbach

• 2014 major dates

• As Tiger Woods stalks golf's biggest milestones, he reveals a comfort with the journey but insists … 'I'M NOT DONE YET'

By Jim McCabe

• Born to be happy: Carefree Lydia Ko, already a two-time winner on the LPGA, enters professional golf with a sense of humor and plenty of promise, including a vow that she won't play for long

By Beth Ann Nichols

• Taking charge: With his success in Scotland and in the Ryder Cup, Tom Watson will inspire his American players -- but more as a leader than their buddy

By Jeff Rude

• • •

COMPETITION

• Kim leaves Cal for pros

By Nick Masuda

• Hogs' Moore wins inaugural Saguaro Am

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FOR YOUR GAME

• Follow the teacher: Legendary instructor Bob Toski sees himself in PGA Tour winner Ken Duke

By Adam Schupak

• It all starts with setup

• Pulling out the heavy lumber

• The 'tap stroke' drill

• Daily stretching is key

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VOICES

• Inside the Ropes: West Coast feels brunt of Tour's full schedule

By Jim McCabe

• Wired: Golf Channel, NBC hit stride early

By Martin Kaufmann

• Letters to the Editor

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SCOREBOARD

• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

• • •

THE 19TH HOLE

• COLUMN: Bold picks for a new season

By Jeff Rude

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