Golf World June 04, 2012 cover

The Quiet Fire Burns On

Children of top pro golfers have rarely approached the success of their talented parent, but Jay Haas' son Bill shows signs of being a notable, perhaps memorable, exception.

Frank's Boy

Rising star Jason Dufner intrigues tour fans with his low-key persona, a trait the unflappable golfer gratefully traces to his late father.

A Day To Remember

A devoted son treats his dying dad to a round at Pebble Beach, and together they experience a joy only golf can bring.


Alley Fight

Surviving a final-hole penalty at the end of a bizarre final round, Zach Johnson edges Jason Dufner at Colonial.

Jolly Good

England's Roger Chapman coasts to a two-shot win at the Senior PGA Championship in Benton Harbor, Mich.

'Bama, Barely

Brooke Pancake's clutch par-save lifts Mic Potter's Crimson Tide to a one-shot victory at the NCAA Women's Championship.

The Lead

Occupy the PGA proved once again protests fall flat at tour events.


Duke's Lindy Duncan heads the list of 12 NCAA women's All-Americans.

Local Knowledge

A good book and a glass of red wine kept Roger Chapman calm at the Senior PGA.

Tour Talk

Luke Donald repeats at the BMW PGA Championship -- and reclaims No. 1


Callaway's new utility iron has a specific purpose: the U.S. Open.


Few know Pittsburgh (and its golf) better than Oakmont's Bob Ford.


Chip Spratlin won the 1995 NCAA title -- then reached greater heights.


• Fathers and sons (and daughters too) make for effective player-caddie tandems -- Adam Schupak
• Father's Day and an old golf team photo bring memories of an important gesture -- Tim Murphy
• Seve Ballesteros is gone but his Ryder Cup passion remains with Captain Olazábal -- Dave Shedloski
• It's time the NCAA team and individual champions were crowned separately -- Ryan Herrington
The venerable BMW PGA Championship deserves an upgrade in status -- John Huggan
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