Golf World July 09, 2012 cover

Mounting Evidence

Tiger Woods' AT&T National victory--his third of 2012--adds to the case that he's increasingly becoming his dominant old self.

Making A Name For Himself

Journeyman Joe Daley goes from distant Q-school footnote to Senior Players champion with a gritty performance at 'fair and fun' Fox Chapel.

Where Destiny Leads

Driven by curiosity as much as success, Sean Foley goes about the business of teaching Tiger Woods with purpose, perspective--and his eyes wide open.

Bidding For History

Collector Richard Estey gave Golf World an insider's look at the auction of the Jaime Ortiz-Patiņo collection of golf artifacts. The competition was both civil and fierce.

The Lead takes over the PGA Tour's developmental circuit in mid-season.


Tropical Storm Debby re-defines 'island green' at TPC Sawgrass' No. 17.

Rosaforte Report

With changes to the tour's qualifying system, amateurs look at turning pro at an earlier age.

Tour Talk

Ai Miyazato wins on the LPGA; Jamie Donaldson turns start No. 255 into his first victory.


A word that captures the attention of fans and players: prototype.


Renovations to Dorado Beach's East course make it a 'must-play'.


• Despite lessons, merchandising and members to consider, these club pros have game -- John Strege
• Royal Portrush received raves, but a return of the British Open to Ireland is no sure bet -- John Huggan
• A few of golf's most celebrated teachers provide some concise advice -- Al Barkow
The driving range is a setting that provides lessons in more than simply golf -- Roland Merullo
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