Golf World April 30, 2012 cover

Once More, With Feeling

No stranger to people downplaying his accomplishments, Ben Curtis triumphs at the Valero Texas Open and answers his own questions about winning again.

The Ties That Bind

The pursuit of victory still holds value for the 70- and 80-year-olds at the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf, but it's not what keeps them coming back.

Outside The Box Proposal

Two Ivy League profs say it's time to bring a little science to the Official World Golf Ranking.

The Lead

Packing a late punch, the USGA adds a bunker on 17 at Olympic Club.


The R&A continues the debate about whether to limit the anchoring of clubs.

Local Knowledge

Darren Clarke remarries in a private ceremony in the Bahamas.

Tour Talk

Branden Grace wins No. 3; Michael Allen gets No. 2 and Ai Miyazato takes No. 1.


Driver lofts decrease as physical strength and spin increase.


Jay Sigel's Philly is a great place for golf and history enthusiasts.


Former LPGA player Barbara Barrow spends her time giving back.


• Despite a proud history, the Texas Open's schedule slot keeps it from being a top draw -- Ron Sirak
• Jeff Klauk's fight against epilepsy isn't a one-man battle -- Tim Rosaforte
• Scioto CC will return to the spotlight in 2016 as host of the U.S. Senior Open -- Dave Shedloski
• CBS and Augusta need to rethink their policy of keeping Masters shots off YouTube -- Geoff Shackelford
At 53, Michael Allen is having the season of a lifetime -- Bill Fields
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