In this issue: March 28, 2014

In this issue: March 28, 2014


In this issue: March 28, 2014

Inside the March 28, 2014 issue of Golfweek:

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• The Florida Swing ends in uncertainty

• Na’s timely support

• A Goose who wants to fly again

• A different perspective

• Upholding the family tradition

• Any more questions?

• R.I.P., George Bahto

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• Shoes going lightweight, and for everyday use

By James Achenbach

• Every rolls with ball switch

• McDowell switches drivers

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• Succession plan: The Tour promotes Jay Monahan, 43, a Boston dealmaker with deep ties to the game, to deputy commissioner and seemingly answers the question: Who will replace Tim Finchem?

By Jim McCabe

• Hall of Fame to would-be immortals: Play better

By Alex Miceli

• For Hannigan, 82, ‘mission’ complete

By Adam Schupak

• Fleck, 92, beat (and befriended) Hogan

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• Thanks, I needed that: Matt Every, slapped with a dose of reality, parlays pure iron play and timely putting into victory at Bay Hill

By Jeff Rude

• For Snedeker, that’s more like how he rolls

• Stenson finds his swing

• You’d still have to rake the footprints

• COLUMN: Good times: Sean O’Hair has reunited with Sean Foley. If his Bay Hill finish is any indication, this could be the start of something big

By Adam Schupak

• COLUMN: Park rides wave of success

By Beth Ann Nichols

• Tickled pink: With her personal life in a happy place, Paula Creamer is ready to just go out and play

By Beth Ann Nichols

• Reality stops Pressel’s fast start

• Webb extends legacy: Final-round charge leads veteran to 41st victory

By Beth Ann Nichols

• Champions Tour: Maggert wins debut

• Tour: Flawless round carries Ortiz

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• Brenny lauds court decision: Ex-Minnesota coach wins sexual-bias case

By Julie Williams

• ‘Dogs linger longest atop leaderboard

• Rahm steamrolls at home event

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• Inside the Ropes: LPGA pays it forward by empowering girls

By Beth Ann Nichols

• Wired: A little madness down the stretch

By Bradley S. Klein

• Letters to the Editor

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• “Golf’s Biggest Stat Sheet’’

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• Shrine is better, but …: Changes to World Golf Hall of Fame add transparency yet lack objectivity

By Jeff Rude


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