Golf World January 30, 2012 cover

From Stage Fright To Stage Presence

Before she starred in the Solheim Cup, lifelong stutterer Sophie Gustafson delivered the interview of the year--and, perhaps, the biggest victory of her career.

Hail To The Chief

Mark Wilson wins the inaugural Humana Challenge after former President Clinton delivers a much-needed shot in the arm to the old 'Hope' tournament.

Right Place, Right Time

Four years removed from his second heart transplant and a few months after graduating from the Nationwide Tour, Erik Compton arrives on the PGA Tour ready to take on each new day.

The Lead

The PGA Merchandise Show has evolved, but the handshakes remain.


Mother Nature took center stage during the Humana Challenge's third round.

Local Knowledge

A pair of cancer surgeries has given Eddie Carbone a new appreciation for life.

Tour Talk

Branden Grace makes it two in a row; Dan Forsman and Mark Wilson also win.


Too much MOI can ruin a good thing--especially in putters.


Jonathan Byrd shares why he has made Sea Island, Ga., his home.


Silvia Bertolaccini is content to be calling the action for ESPN.


• As with its predecessor, the Humana,s charitable efforts focus on helping others -- Geoff Shackelford
• Tennessee's Erica Popson overcomes thumb injury to make U.S. Curtis Cup team -- Ryan Herrington
• Mark Wilson and caddie stick to the script during victory at the Humana -- Dave Shedloski
• Whether a primary sponsor or back-up plan, pro golf can count on RBC -- Robert Thompson
The PGA Tour schedule as we know it will soon see significant change -- John Feinstein
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