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Matthew Harris

Golf World
The Unsinkable Henrik Stenson

The mischievous Swede's climb to No. 3 in the world should surprise no one. Comebacks are his thing

The Golf Digest 50
Cashing In

How Henrik Stenson won almost $20 million and why winning a major is worth WAY more than a million

Player Profiles
Björn, Again

At 40 Denmark's Thomas Björn has found a (relative) peace that has helped him shed some old demons and win four times in 19 months

2010 U.S. Open
Muscle Power

More encouraged than bruised by his near-misses in majors, Lee Westwood has a healthy outlook on his game. A lot of gym time will do that

Wonder Land

Golf World travels to the Arctic Circle to visit Europe's Robert Karlsson, a man who has spent a career trying to understand himself

Nice Goodbye

Annika makes her exit from the majors with a birdie

Crazy Good

U.S. Amateur champ Richie Ramsay has a loud, quirky manner--and a game that bears watching

The Golf Digest Interview

Darren Clarke makes strides after losing weight (and some emotional baggage)

Stepping Onto The Stage

Last week's European Tour event in New Delhi was but the latest example of golf's emergence in India

Thoughts From Southern Hills

Fifty years after the PGA Championship abandoned match play, the test still serves up taut, intriguing story lines

Rough & Ready

Tom Watson was in his element -- tough conditions, links golf in Scotland -- to win his third Senior British Open title