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John Hawkins

Group Revival

Once a cause for concern, American performances in team competition are again worth celebrating. As John Hawkins writes, that bodes well for next year's Ryder Cup in Wales

Bay City Rollers

Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods lead the way as the U.S. tops the Internationals, 19½-14½, at Harding Park for a fifth straight Presidents Cup victory

Let's Do This Again

Regardless of the outcome this weekend, Harding Park has proven itself deserving of more Presidents Cups

The Hardest Shots In Golf

Is there a shot that sends shivers of fear up your spine? The Angry Golfer has a whole list of them

Writer's Choice

In the spirit of Golf World's Readers' Choice Awards, John Hawkins reveals his list of the top 10 courses played on the PGA Tour

Not Bad, But...

With six wins after coming back from knee surgery, Tiger Woods has called 2009 one of his best seasons ever. John Hawkins isn't so sure

Not What I Used To Be

Most golfers accept the inverse relationship between their expectations and their handicap; some even embrace it

Slim Pickings

How could Greg Norman select a slumping Adam Scott with a wildcard pick for the Presidents Cup? Perhaps it's because Norman didn't have much in the way of appealing alternatives

I Don't Like Mondays

My right to play bad golf and eat lots of cold cuts shouldn't be impacted by a Monday finish on the PGA Tour

The Man to Beat

With a steely finish at TPC Boston, Steve Stricker overtakes a handful of contenders and heads to Chicago with the FedEx Cup lead

Now On The Tee...

Jack Nicklaus' new role as a Masters honorary starter runs contrary to the six-time champion's competitive nature.

Surprise Guest

Barely a qualifier, Heath Slocum vaults to No. 3 in the FedEx Cup playoffs with a one-shot victory at the Barclays

Quiet In The Front Row

The Presidents Cup has come a long way, but you wouldn't know it if you measured by the buzz eminating from the public

Surface Beauty

Liberty National's appeal begins with its views. As some players tell John Hawkins, though, that may be the extent of it

We Can't Hear You

If the FedEx playoffs are going to make it in the New York area, golf fans are going to need to pump up the volume