Golf World November 28, 2011 cover

Just Like Old Times

Buoyed by a vote of confidence from Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk rediscovers his 2010 form and leads the U.S. with wins in all five of his matches.

Rank And File

Scores, stats and match recaps from the 2011 Presidents Cup.

Report Card

The 24 players (and two captains) receive their final grades.

The Wizards Of Oz

Dominant in foursomes, Fred Couples' U.S. squad wins another Presidents Cup, a worth event in search of buzz.

They'll Wonder Down Under

Another Presidents Cup loss by a team captained by Greg Norman will do nothing to change the sometimes strained bond between Aussies and their once-beloved native son.

A Title To Hold (Finally)

Hee Young Park's breakthrough win at the CME Group Titleholders ends four years of unmet expectations -- hers and her sponsors'.


The Lead

Show me the money! Tiger Woods decides to play in Abu Dhabi.


Acknowledging global expansion, the 2015 Presidents Cup heads to South Korea.

Tour Talk

Park captures LPGA's season-ending event; Joost Luiten and Garth Mulroy win.


Golf-ball pairings play an underrated role in foursomes success.


Golf amid stunning surroundings in Chi Chi Rodriguez's Puerto Rico.


• Royal Melbourne had an Australian charm paired with the kick of a streetfighter -- Geoff Shackelford
• The U.S. team had an advantage: familiarity with each other's game -- Frank Nobilo
• Fred Couples' coolness kept his team calm as he made it look easy Down Under -- Dave Shedloski
• Late-night golf made for entertaining television and bleary eyes -- Chris Millard
In Australia, Tiger Woods lets his guard down -- and the quality of his play went up -- Jaime Diaz
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