In this issue: June 27, 2014

Inside the June 27, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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  • Pinehurst refrain: We Love Lucy

  • We are the champions

  • No pond-skipping for Strick

  • Catherine Lacoste: History maker

  • In Northern Ireland, a major proclamation

  • Move over, Michael Phelps

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TOY BOX

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  • In step: Five new shoes

By Cassie Stein

  • New Titleist 915 drivers hit the PGA Tour

By David Dusek

  • Putter tweak works well for Wie at Women's Open

  • Streelman's mixed bag

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IN THE NEWS

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  • McIlroy's sensible Olympic pick: Ireland

By Alistair Tait

  • PGA Tour's fall schedule announced

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COMPETITION

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U.S. Women's Open

  • How's that for history: With victory in the U.S. Women's Open, Michelle Wie authors one of Pinehurst's most compelling comeback stories yet

By Beth Ann Nichols

  • COLUMN: Juli Inkster is aging gracefully and tied for 15th in what she says will be her final U.S. Open. She'll leave the game with … 'No regrets'

By James Achenbach

  • Quite a debut

  • Open experiment

  • Henderson, Lee lead amateurs

  • Despite two wins, Webb still searching

  • COLUMN: Stroke of genius: The USGA's grand doubleheader was a success. The players endorsed it. Just don't expect it again too soon.

By Adam Schupak

PGA Tour

  • Fantastic finish: Kevin Streelman birdies last 7 holes to steal Travelers

By Jeff Rude

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COLLEGE

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  • UCLA's Lee answers call: Standout year lands inaugural ANNIKA Award

By Julie Williams

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AMATEUR

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  • R.I.P., Public Links: A USGA event designed for golf's everyman (and -women) ends next month, but not without having left its mark

By Adam Schupak

  • Neil brings vision to life: 18-year-old Scotsman believes it's 'my time' and turns it into victory at the British Amateur

By Alistair Tait

  • COLUMN: Jolly times in Rhody: The Northeast Amateur rolls out the welcome mat to golf's next generation of talent while renewing old acquaintances

By Jim McCabe

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THE GOLF LIFE

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  • Exhilarating Scotland: Tour of country's golf courses always leaves a true links golfer fulfilled

By Martin Kaufmann

  • Golfweek's Best: GB&I Classic Courses (before 1960)

  • Golfweek's Best: GB&I Modern Courses (1960 and later)

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VOICES

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  • Inside the Ropes: Pinehurst doubleheader elevates women's game

By Bradley S. Klein

  • Wired: NBC lets Wie be the story

By Bradley S. Klein

  • 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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  • Mulligans for all: In an odd case of history repeating itself, Tiger Woods returns from injury and Michelle Wie displays her enormous potential

By Jeff Rude

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