In this issue: March 21, 2013

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Inside the March 21, 2013 issue of Golfweek:

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• A quality fix or just a hunch?

• Older, yes, but his spurs are still sharp

• Arnie's tee time with a supermodel

• New gig for a high-quality looper

• The Knight lands a ringer

• If at first you don't succeed ...

• ... then try, try – and phone an alum

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• A matter of degrees: Tour players search for the perfect combination of lofts in their wedges

By James Achenbach

• Fill the gap

• Streelman's popular wedge configuration

• Leonard rolls with new putter shaft

• Weekley carries new Aldila shafts

• Lewis carries mostly Mizuno to top

• 4 victories for Titleist golf ball

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• Mallon forces detente between Pepper, Diaz

By Beth Ann Baldry

• Gulbis' malaria prompts LPGA to be on guard

By Beth Ann Baldry

• A custom invitation for LPGA's favorite printer

By Beth Ann Baldry

• Q&A: Louise Suggs, Hall of Famer

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• Grace at the top: In winning the Founders Cup, Stacy Lewis honors the LPGA's past and future while making a strong case for its present

By Beth Ann Baldry

• Solheim contenders make their moves

• 'It's good for American golf'

• A gesture worthy of the founders

• All the Wright stuff

• Bay Hill buddies: Dow Finsterwald, who forged a friendly rivalry with Arnold Palmer 65 years ago, has seen the game's most beloved ambassador at his best

By Adam Schupak

• Copperhead strike: Kevin Streelman stares down an arduous past and tough Innisbrook finish to claim first Tour title

By Adam Schupak

• America, meet George Coetzee

• Hey, are you any relation to ...

• Scott finds missing piece

• Donald shows signs of peaking

• Champions Tour: Record-matching Frost in California

• European Tour: Aiken's strong play pays off

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• Alabama likes it close

By Julie Williams

• Thomas, Tide men earn Schenkel sweep

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• Workout routine: Honda winner Michael Thompson tailors drills to strengthen game

By Sean Martin

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• Being Ballybunion: Southwest Ireland teems with exceptional links, but one maintains a unique place in golf lore

By Martin Kaufmann

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• Inside the Ropes: An SOS call in Tampa

By Adam Schupak

• Wired: Miss Judy delivers again

By Martin Kaufmann

• Letters to the Editor

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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• Golf's great divide widens

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