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Victory's Escape

At different points Yani Tseng and I.K. Kim were locks to win the Kraft Nabisco Championship. Then along came Sun Young Yoo.

Top Gun

Hunter Mahan vaults to a U.S.-best No. 4 on the World Ranking thanks to a solid Shell Houston Open win.

Love Story

Golf's not the only game in town at The Villages, the world's largest retirement community--but sometimes it seems that way.
Bunker

The Lead

Will IBM's new female CEO spark change at Augusta National?

News/Notes

After Annika declines, the LET names Liselotte Neumann its Solheim captain.

Local Knowledge

Jesper Parnevik remains upbeat after injuring his hand in a boating accident.

Tour Talk

Hunter Mahan goes for two, Sun Young Yoo survives, Thorbjørn Olesen breaks out.

Equipment

Metal spikes still have a home on the PGA Tour.

Travel

N.C. State hoops coach Mike Gottfried rates Alabama's Gulf Shores.

VOICES

• The Champions Dinner is part of the tournament's pageantry -- Tim Rosaforte
• Less yardage is generating more business at one Los Angeles-area course -- John Strege
• For some perennial contenders NCAA postseason eligibility wasn't always assured -- Ryan Herrington
• A new Moe Norman memoir offers a revealing look at a complex man -- Adam Schupak
When it comes to golf's 'it' factor, winning's but part of the equation -- Bill Fields

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