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Golf World February 04, 2012 cover
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Process And Progress

Before a ragged finish, Tiger Woods flashes lots of vintage form in winning his seventh Farmers Insurance Open by four shots.

Game Changer

One hundred years after amateur Francis Ouimet shocked the golf world with his U.S. Open victory in Brookline, the achievement remains singularly impressive and unmistakably wonderful.

The 18 Most Impressive Moments In Golf

Ouimet's stunning 1913 U.S. Open victory over his heavily favored foes was followed by other important moments that have shaped the sport in the last century.
BUNKER

The Lead

Golf Digest 50: PGA Tour players are working harder for their money.

News/Notes

USGA tabs Winged Foot for 2020, the New York club's sixth U.S. Open.

Rosaforte Report

Lucas Glover starts 2013 healthy, clean-shaven and with a more mature outlook.

Tour Talk

Jordan Spieth's less than stellar pro debut; Mike Weir makes first cut since 2011.

Equipment

A swing change can mean your equipment needs to be altered.

By The Numbers

Tee-to-green play is a more reliable stat for success than putting.

VOICES

• Streamsong, Florida's newest resort, might be a little too remote for many -- Ron Whitten
Bifurcation: new legitimacy for a little-respected concept -- Jaime Diaz
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