Golf Digest editors picks
Golf World March 26, 2012 cover

Calvin Peete

12-time PGA Tour winner.

Frank D. (Sandy) Tatum Jr.

Lifelong amateur.

Peter Thomson

Five-time British Open champion.

Louise Suggs

LPGA founder.

Bob Toski

Golf professional.

Bob Goalby

1968 Masters champion.

Bob Cupp

Golf architect.

Jane Blalock

Legends Tour CEO.

Stop Signs

Shrugging off stiff competition and a chilly day of interruptions, Yani Tseng underscores why she's No. 1 at the LPGA Founders Cup.

Change At The Top

Luke Donald takes the Transitions Championship in a four-man playoff and is again No. 1.


The Lead

Less is better when using catchy names for stretches of holes.


Golf's consolidation continues as TaylorMade enters agreement to buy Adams.

Local Knowledge

Serious bragging rights are the big prize at Medalist GC's member-guest.

Tour Talk

Luke Donald reclaims No. 1. Yani Tseng, Loren Roberts and Julien Quesne win.


The World Scientific Congress of Golf gave brains a workout.


Rosie Jones shares why Albuquerque will always be home.


• Revelations about Tiger Woods from Hank Haney's The Big Miss -- John Strege
• The case for Ernie Els to receive a special invitation to the Masters -- Tim Rosaforte
• Pros seeking the secret to winning majors go to the expert: Jack Nicklaus -- Dave Shedloski
• With only one victory since 2008, Paula Creamer needs to work on her putting -- Ron Sirak
The jockeying for No. 1 makes greatness part of the conversation -- Bill Fields

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