In this issue: Nov. 16-23, 2012

Inside the Nov. 16-23, 2012 issue of Golfweek:

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THE FORECADDIE

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• Praising Arizona

• Attitude adjustment

• Snyder finds Disney magic

• No Ryder Cup encore for Love

• Spieth: Q-School test could be pro tuneup

• The road less traveled

• Merrilee Crain: 1942-2012

• Sometimes, a Little can mean a lot

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TOY BOX

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• Nike: Cavity-backed driver released, by James Achenbach

• Two winners roll with GoLo

• Nike driver in play

• Tour driving leaders

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IN THE NEWS

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• Bevacqua's PGA mission: Grow game, serve members, by Rich Skyzinski

• Battered East Coast courses pick up pieces, by Bradley S. Klein

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ARIZONA ISSUE

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• Red rock radiance: From Phoenix north to Sedona and on to the Grand Canyon, rugged Arizona unfolds in all its spendor, by Martin Kaufmann

• The desert's best drives

• 'Little slice of heaven': It's older than statehood and almost as revered: Golf in Arizona, like the sunshine, seems made for the desert, by Adam Schupak

• Duel in the desert: Phoenix vs. Tucson, by Martin Kaufmann

• Desert dynasty: Ping evolves under Solheim offspring, but family, innovation still drive clubmaker, by James Achenbach

• Perfect fits: Though competitors, Hot Stix and Cool Clubs work in similar ways to be leaders in club-fitting market, by James Achenbach

• Deja vu: Arizona State builds with a Mickelson, by Ron Balicki

• A new era at Arizona, by Ron Balicki

• Hang time: At Whisper Rock, camaraderie and modesty make an unbeatable pairing, by Jim McCabe

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FOR YOUR GAME

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• Plane and simple: Desert-dweller Bryce Molder develops swing consistency, by Sean Martin

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COMPETITION

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• Roller coaster: Charlie Beljan, whose courtesy vehicle came in the form of an ambulance, survives a panic attack to win Tour's season finale at Disney, by Beth Ann Baldry

• COLUMN: End of Disney's magical Tour ride? By Jeff Rude

• School's out: Golf pros' rite of passage, littered with horror stories, reaches the end of an era, by Jeff Rude

• Lewis puts U.S. back on top, by Beth Ann Baldry

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COLLEGE

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• Expletive-laced tirade gets Huntingdon coach fired

• Postseason sites set for 2014, '15

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VOICES

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• Inside the Ropes: Detour aside, barber takes high road, by Sean Martin

• Wired: GC hustles to report Beljan story, 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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PERSPECTIVE

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• Artful Flick taught with style, grace. By James Achenbach

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