Golf Digest editors picks
Golf World October 01, 2012 cover
FEATURES

Nashville Cat

Driving well and putting even better, Brandt Snedeker drums a starry field to win the biggest titles of his career: the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup.

Prep School

Pre-shot routines (thank you, Kevin Na) have gotten a lot of attention this year. A look at the practice reveals a colorful history, diversity of thinking and cause for pause.

At Home In The Hills

Worthington GC won't make many top-100 lists, but this 10-hole hilltop gem in Western Massachusetts is a shining example of golf at its very best.
BUNKER

The Lead

Fred Couples is voted into the Hall of Fame, but were others overlooked?

News/Notes

In 2013 a four-tournament series caps the Web.com season to determine PGA Tour cards.

Rosaforte Report

Scott Piercy, known in the past for his streaky play, comes on strong in the end.

Local Knowledge

Who says you can't go home again? Rory McIlroy is doing just that.

Tour Talk

A look at the last two weeks of professional, amateur and college events.

Equipment

Finding the right backup clubs is not as easy as many believe.

VOICES

• Our writer goes to Ireland for a father-son invitational and the experience of a lifetime -- Bob Carney
• Even though the Ryder Cup is a team event, Tiger Woods seems to be singled out -- Dave Shedloski
• For the 2016 Olympics, Rory McIlroy might be a golfer with one country too many -- John Huggan
Don't look at Jim Furyk when searching for a weak link on the U.S. Ryder Cup team -- Jaime Diaz

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