In this issue: Feb. 8, 2013

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Inside the Feb. 8, 2013 issue of Golfweek:

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• A special day, all for Devon

• Doing a slow burn

• A little Trevino room service, please

• All revved up for the Honda

• For this Trout, it's music season

• A looper who can protect

• Have clubs, will travel

• A good old friend gets a new look

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• PGA Show goodies: Annual expo shines spotlight on latest innovations

• Lefty's arsenal delivers wire-to-wire victory

• Taking advantage of adjustability

• New Titleist balls gain momentum

• New clubs, iron shafts provide boost for Moore

• Ping G25 earns a following

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• Fresh look for team golf

By Beth Ann Baldry

• Singh case exposes hole in Tour's drug testing

By Alex Miceli

• A Stimpmeter for just about any green

By James Achenbach

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• Eyes on the goal: A goodwill trip through Israel, wedded bliss and Ryder Cup heartbreak have bestowed Hunter Mahan with a well-rounded perspective, stoking his passion for greatness

By Adam Schupak

• Driven to succeed: Phil Mickelson, enjoying the long ball again, dominates in desert

By Adam Schupak

• COLUMN: Tour should buck up, suspend Singh

By Adam Schupak

• Utley's pupils get on a roll

• Harrington's quest for the secret formula

• Sutherland opts for cautious return

• European Tour: Gallacher soars with eagles

• Ladies European Tour: Webb continues Down Under dominance

• COLUMN: Wie's word for 2013: 'Ownership'

By Beth Ann Baldry

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• Back to school for Dale, with Jones Cup in tow

By Sean Martin

• COLUMN: USGA raises ante on slow play

By James Achenbach

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• Spring primer: NCAA Division I

By Lance Ringler

• Lobos' victory cools down Cal

By Ron Balicki

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• From the aisles: At the 60th edition of the PGA Merchandise Show – the world's largest golf expo – exhibitors set the marketplace agenda for 2013 with their latest innovations and bold proclamations

• Titleist takes Pro V1s to next level

By James Achenbach

• Anchoring alternatives

By Adam Schupak

• New attitude, goals for Adams

By Gene Yasuda

• FootJoy steps in to minimalist market

By Gene Yasuda

• Golf apparel technology: a seamless transition

By Gene Yasuda

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• Graphite reborn for irons: Improved quality, consistency and light weights spark new interest for shafts in 2013

By James Achenbach

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• SoCal, so good: Few places deliver more golden moments than scenic Southern California

By Martin Kaufmann

• Transition game: Reinvention helps La Costa find its way in modern world

By David Weiss

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• Inside the Ropes: 'Spotlight' needs fine-tuning

By Martin Kaufmann

• Wired: Gathering reflects a game in transition

By Bradley S. Klein

• Letters to the Editor

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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• Older, wiser and still contending

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