August 14, 2007

Golf World August 3, 2007


U.S. Amateur champ turns pro

Kiwi golfer's year-long odyssey

Play it as it lies at Israel course


Athletes should learn from class-act Juli Inkster

By Ron Sirak

Longer putters are becoming visible again

By E. Michael Johnson

A good pair of eyes suits teacher Bob Toski just fine

By Bill Fields

Taylor Smith's life comes to a sad end

By Bill Fields

Tour Talk


Cory Whitsett, Kristin Park take USGA Junior titles

New putter keys Brian Harman's Porter Cup win


Andres Romero closes the deal to take Deutsche Bank Players'

Green fiasco DQs Henrik Stenson


Lorena Ochoa's last major shot

Progress or not, Michelle Wie makes the cut at the Evian Masters


Canadians flounder on home soil

Finally healthy, George McNeill has his game back on track


Ben Crenshaw's rejuvenated game

Gary Player makes cut, holds firm at Senior British Open



Long on history and short on sponsorship, the low-profile Canadian Open delivered (again) a worthy champion: Jim Furyk

By John Strege

Tom Watson was in his element—tough conditions, links golf in Scotland—while winning his third Senior British Open

By John Huggan

Natalie Gulbis, not just another pretty face, wins the Evian Masters for her first LPGA Tour victory

By Ron Sirak


Added length, quicker greens and—especially—steep, shaved-grass banks are some of the new challenges awaiting players at this year's PGA

By Geoff Shackelford

Brash rookie Anthony Kim has come a long way from his college days in Oklahoma (and he'll be glad to tell you)

By John Strege

Decades after receiving a death threat, Hubert Green talks about real U.S. Open pressure

By Dave Anderson


A look at moments from past championships at Southern Hills, along with thoughts on another first-time major winner