In this issue: April 26, 2013

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Inside the April 26, 2013 issue of Golfweek:

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• Golf's Mona Lisa still a beauty

• Saluting Pat Summerall

• G-Mac: Long on strengths

• Elk's vintage celebration

• Ron Burgundy's fellow anchorman

• Lights! Cameras! Beemer!

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• 2013 Masters: Insights into driver setup

By James Achenbach

• Driver data

• Not always for the masses

• McDowell back in the winner's circle

• Salas rolls with short putter

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• Golf rethinks security

By Alex Miceli

• GB&I: Squad practice out

By Alistair Tait

• Q&A: Kathy Whitworth, LPGA legend

By Julie Williams

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• High school hotbed: And no, we're not talking football. The Lone Star State also tackles golf in a big-time way

By Julie Williams

• COLUMN: Dalke catches up to his legend: Texas teen graduates quickly to a higher grade of golf

By Julie Williams

• COLUMN: Girls tour creates a vibe all its own

By Beth Ann Baldry

• Flex plan: For juniors – and golfers of all ages – a fitness program can prevent injuries, boost power and improve your swing

By James Achenbach

• Signs of success: From stiff to smooth: A little bend goes a long way in transforming the swing of 15-year-old Andy Zhang

By Sean Martin

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• Hallowed Heritage: Graeme McDowell ends his three-year dry spell and assumes his place among Harbour Town's tartan-clad titans

By Jim McCabe

• Driscoll pushes to support Boston

• Parnevik gains 21 friends

• In darkness, a beam of light

• COLUMN: Love story, Heritage style

By Adam Schupak

• LPGA: Pettersen withstands Salas' charge

• Champions: All positive numbers for Langer

• Latinoamerica: Cabrera's home cookin'

• European: France's Jacquelin prevails in Spain marathon

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• With pluck, Prokay perseveres: Robert Morris sophomore battles Tourette's on course, in classroom

By Cassie Stein

• A clean SEC sweep for the Crimson Tide

• Blue Devils win 18th ACC title

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• Escape from New York: For world-weary city residents, the Hudson Valley offers good golf and great food in a pastoral, historic setting

By Evan Rothman

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• Inside the Ropes: High school golf merits top marks

By Julie Williams

• Wired: TV spots give coverage a lift

By Nick Masuda

• Letters to the Editor

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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• An apple falls near its tree

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