In this issue: May 30, 2014

Inside the May 30, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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• Mike Keiser is on a roll

• A Patriot's calling

• A quick fix to slow play?

• The legend of Pete and Alice

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TOY BOX

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• Fit for the tours

By James Achenbach

• Scott, Dufner finish 1-2 with Pro V1 balls

• NCAA champion's bag

• McIlroy wins with Nike

• Johnson updates 3-wood

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IN THE NEWS

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• Green promises message of hope

By Alex Miceli

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COMPETITION

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• COLUMN: What took so long? Ending an 0-for-his-career in America, Colin Montgomerie outduels Bernhard Langer for the Senior PGA and his first major title

By Rich Skyzinski

• COLUMN: On top of the world: Adam Scott affirms his No. 1 ranking with clutch putting to win Colonial

By Adam Schupak

• LPGA: Korda lands 2nd victory of year

• Web.com Tour: Smith captures first Web.com title

• Rebound victory: Rory McIlroy realizes the perfect tonic for an ailing heart: winning the BMW PGA

By Alistair Tait

• Strange timing: After back-to-back U.S. Open titles in the late '80s, Curtis Strange never won again. Depression, he concedes, played a part.

By Jeff Rude

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COLLEGE

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• Tulsa revisited: Duke's women bag another national title – their sixth under Dan Brooks – with an international flavor in NCAA stroke-play finale

By Julie Williams

• Mississippi State surges into national picture

• N.C. State adds some fuel for growth

• Distractions hamper UCLA's Lee

• COLUMN: Winning for more than self: Behind a mask of quiet resolve, USC's Doris Chen claims the biggest prize in women's college golf

By Beth Ann Nichols

• Stanford's Wilson wins NCAA in playoff

By Brentley Romine

• Campbell's 63 rallies Illini

• Houston's Ross finishes in top form

• Barry, Crouch repeat in D-II

• Texas stays in-house for women's coach

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THE GOLF LIFE

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Novel approaches

• Keeping up with the Joneses

By Bradley S. Klein

• Semi-Historic

By Martin Kaufmann

• Adding it all up

By Adam Schupak

• The view from the back page

By Martin Kaufmann

• The small wonder

By Adam Schupak

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VOICES

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• Inside the Ropes: Golf's penthouse comes with a short-term lease

By Jim McCabe

• Wired: At BMW, the coverage sputters

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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• That's quite a ride: Caddie Greg 'Piddler' Martin catches railbirds' fancy with a horse story that beats the odds

By Jeff Rude

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