In this issue: March 1, 2013

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Inside the March 1, 2013 issue of Golfweek:

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• And now on tap: that 'other' match

• He should have brought his skis

• Big Shane and Li'l Abner

• For Rickie, it's still wheels up

• Live from golf's frozen tundra

• Some golfers go to any lengths

• Grzebien's new venture

• Next up for one Watney: Retirement

• For pros, the toys just keep on coming

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• New year, new ball?

By Gene Yasuda and James Achenbach

• Q&A: Bill Morgan, Titleist senior vice president of golf ball research and development

• New Bettinardi putter aids WGC champ

• Kuchar's tools of the trade

• Equipment counts from WGC Match Play

• Garcia tests new TaylorMade putter

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• Anchoring debate ramps up: PGA Tour voices stance against ban by USGA, R&A

By Alex Miceli

• Golf bounces back in 2012

By Gene Yasuda

• Q&A: Eddie Carbone, tournament director, WGC-Cadillac Championship

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• Hot hand: Matt Kuchar embraces the win-or-else format in a week of tough sledding

By Jim McCabe

• Early exits: McIlroy, Woods fall in Round 1

By Sean Martin

• Fearless bombers oust No. 1s

• A welcome delay

• Webb's caddie roulette

• Stricker solid in second start

• Serious game: Don't let the carefree demeanor and quick smile fool you. Denmark's Thorbjorn Olesen can really play

By Jim McCabe

• COLUMN: A brand new Day

By Sean Martin

• LPGA: Teen's triple boosts Park

• Foley takes another step

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• Hybl, Sooners reach new heights

By Ron Balicki

• No. 1 Cal starts new streak

• Sutherland has Mustangs running in right direction

By Julie Williams

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• Big vision: Sure, he can be brash, but in his Doral shake-up, Donald Trump shows a detail-driven style and devotion.

By Bradley S. Klein

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• Inside the Ropes: LPGA shouldn't stifle rise of its talented teens

By Beth Ann Baldry

• Wired: Miller lost this match

By Martin Kaufmann

• Letters to the Editor

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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• Anchoring vs. anarchy: It's USGA's call

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