In this issue: June 6, 2014

Inside the June 6, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

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• Game need help? Call Dr. 'Zinger

• Son, let's lose that belly

• Rodgers: Ready to soar

• A Song gets back in tune

• Better Homes and Courses

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• Right combination: More players blend their iron sets to find a winning formula

By David Dusek

• Memorial champ wins with mostly Srixon gear

• Titleist adds five ball wins

• New Callaway wedges

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• The optimist: In caring for his ailing son, Craig Dolch perseveres amid a heart-wrenching daily trial

By Jeff Rude

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• Mickelson on trading probe: 'I have done nothing wrong'

By Alex Miceli

• Live, from New York: Women's PGA

By Beth Ann Nichols

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• COLUMN: Smooth operator: With a playoff victory at the Memorial, sweet-swinging Hideki Matsuyama merits a spot on golf's short list of young talent

By Jeff Rude

• Champions Tour: Pernice captures third title

• European Tour: Jaidee takes Nordea in playoff

• Lewis returns to No. 1

By Beth Ann Nichols

U.S. Open Preview

• Is this his time? Phil Mickelson returns to Pinehurst No. 2, site of his first U.S. Open runner-up finish, seeking to cement the career Grand Slam

By Jim McCabe

• Double duty: Pinehurst No. 2 offers the flexibility and character to pull off back-to-back national championships

By Bradley S. Klein

• Faces of Pinehurst

-- Willie McRae, legendary looper

-- Rich Wainwright, analytical pro

-- Eddie Utley, course caretaker

-- Tom Stewart, historian

-- John Derr, timeless storyteller

-- Henry Sutton, golf-bag guardian

-- Kevin Connelly, welcome to mecca

• Independence day: As she preps for the Women's Open, Michelle Wie finds her form, personally and professionally

By Beth Ann Nichols

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• COLUMN: Rising Tide: Alabama, led by a senior triumvirate, leaves a legacy in college golf with a second consecutive NCAA championship.

By Brentley Romine

• Cowboys knock on door of 11th title

• Freshman delivers for Tide

By Cassie Stein

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• Inside the Ropes: McGraw feels 'energized' from restart at Alabama

By Jeff Babineau

• Wired: Quiet, please! Strategy in session

By Martin Kaufmann

• Letters to the Editor

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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• Prince of British golf: Winless since last year's Open at Merion, Justin Rose heads to Pinehurst with momentum and a taste of royalty

By Jeff Rude

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