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Golf World July 21, 2014

Features: PGA Championship Preview: Unfinished Business: Can Tiger Woods approach his competitive greatness at Valhalla? Hoylake triggered more questions than answers; Valhalla's Virtues: The site of this year's PGA Championship has taken a few hits over the years, but, more often than not, it has delivered quality champions; In Praise Of Paul Runyan: The 80th anniversary of the first of Little Poison's two PGA Championships offers a chance to recall his remarkable, overachieving ways; British Open Report: Three Down, One To Go: Adding a British Open title to his earlier U.S. Open and PGA victories with a flourish at Royal Liverpool, Rory McIlroy is already thinking Career Slam; The Good Fight: Sergio Garcia fails to catch Rory McIlroy, but he sees some major positives in his play at Hoylake; Kid Crucible: Rickie Fowler, still just a one-time winner on tour, finds validation in his T-5, T-2, T-2 run in major championships. His day will come; Notebook; Bunker: The Lead; News/Notes; Rosaforte Report; Tour Talk; Equipment; Voices: John Strege, John Feinstein, Jaime Diaz

Golf World July 21, 2014

Features: Mighty Special: Diminutive Mo Martin stuns the golf world with a popular, breakthrough victory at the Ricoh Women's British Open at Royal Birkdale; Finely Tuned: Colin Montgomerie withstands withering heat, Pete Dye's demands and a playoff with Gene Sauers to win the U.S. Senior Open; Multiple-Choice Test: Royal Aberdeen provides Scottish Open competitors a variety of challenges, and no one handles them better than victor Justin Rose; He's Got Game: Outdoorsman Brian Harman joins the ranks of PGA Tour winners with an impressive victory at the John Deere Classic; Bunker: The Lead; News/Notes; Rosaforte Report; Tour Talk; Equipment; Voices: Jo-Ann Barnas, Dave Anderson, Jaime Diaz
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