In this issue: July 18, 2014

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Inside the July 18, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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  • Ryder Cup, senior style? It's going to happen . . .
  • An overflowing fountain of youth
  • Because a sailor needs . . . trucks?
  • A family tradition

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TOY BOX

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  • Nice view

By James Achenbach

  • Ping G30: Already a winner

By James Achenbach

  • Harman's TaylorMade bag
  • Montgomerie's mixed set
  • Open competitors test TaylorMade's new iron
  • Park swaps putter

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IN THE NEWS

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  • Changing course in Rio? It's possible

By Alistair Tait

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COMPETITION

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  • Dream finish: 'Mighty Mo' Martin comes up big with a 72nd-hole eagle to swipe the Ricoh Women's British Open

By Beth Ann Nichols

  • COLUMN: England's new hope: Charley Hull, 18, plays with an aggressive simplicity reminiscent of a lively Briton a generation older

By Alistair Tait

  • Davies: Ban caddie help in alignment
  • Stupples' emotional exit
  • Beck's pending tour of duty
  • Recari on the comeback trail
  • Talley takes low-amateur honor
  • Opening-hole blues
  • COLUMN: Little big man: Brian Harman, with the game to match his swagger, plows through the John Deere field

By Adam Schupak

  • Champions Tour: Montgomerie makes major statement
  • European Tour: Rose continues winning roll
  • Web.com Tour: Gonzales goes wire-to-wire
  • 2 up on life: Jarrod Lyle, who has beaten leukemia twice, returns to U.S. golf with a renewed purpose

By Nick Masuda

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AMATEUR

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  • Vincent takes another big step with Players title

By Julie Williams

  • Beale wins Pacific Northwest title in 38 holes

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THE GOLF LIFE

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  • The Gospel according to David: David McLay Kidd used to build golf's most difficult courses. Now, with the opening of Gamble Sands, he is preaching the virtues of playability with a missionary's zeal

By Martin Kaufmann

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VOICES

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  • Inside the ropes: Lessons worth remembering from a charming head pro

By Jeff Rude

  • Wired: Taking it on blind faith

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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  • A quest for pace: Lydia Ko, 17, needs to find the right mix of practice and downtime, instructor David Leadbetter says

By Beth Ann Nichols