In this issue: May 23, 2014

Inside the May 23, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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  • Canada calling

  • Tiger still TBD

  • Honey, I'm going to need that bib …

  • This kid keeps coming up aces

  • Welcome back, Patrick

  • Oklahoma's ever-present A-Game

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TOY BOX

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  • A hands-on trend: Oversize grips grab attention

By David Dusek

  • Todd's old reliable sticks

  • Jimenez carries Ping

  • Perry: mostly Adams gear

  • Pro V1x notches five titles

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IN THE NEWS

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  • New world order: Scott 1, Woods 2

By Jim McCabe

  • Pinehurst moves North & South

By Cassie Stein

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COMPETITION

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  • COLUMN: Tour crossroads: As Brendon Todd breaks through in Texas, Mike Weir takes a big step in his comeback bid

By Adam Schupak

  • Champions Tour: Perry's major run

  • LPGA: Salas captures 1st LPGA title

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COLLEGE

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  • 'Complete package': Stanford's Patrick Rodgers enters the NCAAs with a plan: Win one more, then go pro

By Alex Miceli

  • Lance Ringler's NCAA primer

  • NCAA Division I men's regionals

  • NCAA Division III Men's Championship: Schreiner holds off Oglethorpe

  • NAIAMen's Championship: Coastal Georgia tops in NAIA

  • NJCAA Division I Men's Championship: Indian Hills grabs third NJCAA

  • NCAA Division II Women's Championship: Lynn goes back-to-back as Division II champions

  • NCAA Division III Women's Championship: First Division III title for Rhodes

  • NJCAA women: Daytona State repeats at NJCAAs

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THE GOLF LIFE

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  • No-limit game: At Nemacolin Woodlands, resort guests are in luck: A new casino raises the pot

By Martin Kaufmann

  • Back in the action: Once a 'white elephant,' Rocky Gap enjoys a rebirth

By Martin Kaufmann

  • Southern revival

By Martin Kaufmann

  • Jones' course about to hit the ground

By Martin Kaufmann

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VOICES

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  • Inside the Ropes: No tournament should overshadow a lost life

By Alistair Tait

  • Wired: Inkster grows in TV debut

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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  • Man on a mission: Sober and satiated, Tom Weiskopf, aka the Towering Inferno, sees life more clearly these days

By Jeff Rude

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