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Golf World September 10, 2012 cover
FEATURE

Point Man

Rory McIlroy fends off Louis Oosthuizen to win the Deutsche Bank Championship and lead the PGA Tour Playoffs. It wasn't a rout, but it sent a message.

THE CHARITIES ISSUE

These Gals Are Good

Inspired by a fun get-together in 1987, the PGA Tour Wives Association has been doing some seriously impressive charitable work for nearly 25 years.

Assisting Pro

For PGA instructor Glen Daugherty, golf's not Job One. Charity is.

Helping Hands

As with the tours they represent, pros and celebrities make significant contributions to charity. Here's a sample.
BUNKER

The Lead

A return to the course has proved valuable in more ways than one.

News/Notes

Luke Donald mistakenly sent out a harsh tweet that had folks all a-twitter.

Rosaforte Report

The Deutsche Bank Championship might only be the start of Seth Waugh's tour impact.

Tour Talk

Richie Ramsay gets second Euro win; Robby Shelton captures AJGA Junior Players crown.

Equipment

Playing a prototype ball requires attention to a significant detail.

Travel

Denver transplant Craig Stadler offers a tour of the Mile High City.

VOICES

• As it prepares to celebrate its 100th anniversary, Merion continues to answer its critics -- Jeff Silverman
• The LPGA's majors are forever changing, but the addition of a fifth raises excitement -- Ron Sirak
• Sergio Garcia has taken control of his game on the course -- and the results are impressive -- Bill Fields
• A trick-shot artist displays the mental aspect of golf that so many struggle to master -- Roland Merulo
With new leadership, the USGA is poised to reassert its role as the game's true leader -- Jaime Diaz

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