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Jump Start

His season stalled by negative thinking, Nick Watney adjusts his attitude to win the Barclays and take the FedEx Cup lead.

Quick Quiz

Is Jordan Spieth leaving Texas? What's next for Lindy Duncan and the women's game? Our Campus Insider has the answers in our 2012-13 college preview.

Polls And Rankings

Which teams top our pre-season men's and women's college coaches' polls? Here's a hint: They come from the same school.

A Real Team Effort

Players and coaches at the recent U.S. Blind Golf Association's championship face challenges sighted golfers and caddies never encounter.

The Lead

Lydia Ko, 15, says she will stay an amateur. Temptation, however, lurks.


Nicolas Colsaerts and Ian Poulter are named to the European Ryder Cup team.

Rosaforte Report

Keegan Bradley's Barclays appearance was a too-short trip back home.

Local Knowledge

The odd couple: Brian Alexander, 63, carries Ko's bag on her way to history.

Tour Talk

Ko, Jay Don Blake, Paul Lawrie and Darron Stiles are among the week's winners.


Sergio Garcia has a weapon few take advantage of: counterbalancing.


• Suzann Pettersen aims to raise golf's profile in Norway with some help from her friends -- Mike Cullity
• The author looks back at his years as a Division-III golfer at Franklin & Marshall -- Brendan Mohler
• Slumps with his game and personal trauma made victory even sweeter for Willie Wood -- John Feinstein
Augusta National needs to make sure last week's announcement isn't only symbolic -- Jaime Diaz
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