In this issue: May 16, 2014

Inside the May 16, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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  • Lights! Camera! Keegan!
  • Ogilvy on the upswing
  • Peterson's bad pipe dream
  • G-Mac's new itinerary
  • Bubba and some pillow talk
  • She's got game but needs a hobby
  • Remembering Danielle

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IN THE NEWS

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  • Emerald Isle could land a gem

By Jeff Rude

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TOY BOX

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  • Century of innovation: In Wilson Golf's 100th year, history will credit the company with several significant advances

By James Achenbach

  • Kaymer's winning gear
  • Wedge transition
  • Donald uses Mizuno driver
  • Players add KBS shafts
  • Furyk's driver specs

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COMPETITION

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  • Lights out: Martin Kaymer flashes the form – and belief – that made him No. 1, fighting through to win the Players

By Jim McCabe

  • Mickelson mystery deepens
  • Bubba doesn't do scrubs
  • COLUMN: Finishing school: After a Sunday letdown at the Players, Jordan Spieth reflects on lessons learned

By Jeff Rude

  • COLUMN: The time of their lives: Sergio Garcia and Jim Furyk find there's plenty to enjoy these days, and it's more than their recent good play

By Adam Schupak

  • European Tour: Caddie death overshadows Madeira Islands event

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COLLEGE

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  • COLUMN: Carolina connection: Duke and Campbell's women bring winning histories to the NCAAs, and it all starts with longtime coaches

By Beth Ann Nichols

  • Lance Ringler's Women's NCAA primer
  • Women's regional winners: East – Vanderbilt and Jenny Hahn (Vanderbilt), Central – UCLA and Wad Phaewchimplee (Kent State), West – USC and Noemi Jimenez (Arizona State)
  • NCAA Division II regionals
  • Bethune-Cookman men, women repeat
  • Hogan Award down to 3 finalists

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JUNIORS

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  • Taking on the big boys: Sam Horsfield, 17, follows an unconventional route into national prominence

By Brentley Romine

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THE GOLF LIFE

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  • Renaissance festival: NCAA teams will find a city and a course that embrace preservation

By Bradley S. Klein

  • Rater's Notebook: Tulsa Country Club

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VOICES

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  • Inside the ropes: Spotty greens leave golfers with cold comfort in spring

By Bradley S. Klein

  • Wired: A quiet revolution in NBC's booth

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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  • Why wait any longer? Tour needs to fast-track a solution to its lingering pace-of-play problem

By Jeff Rude

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