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Table of Contents

BUNKER

Players saying no to Skins Game

Drug-testing for the LET in 2008

Aces are all in the family

Let players keep their own score

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

VIEW FROM THE BUNKER

FedEx Cup playoffs meaningless after the PGA

By Ron Sirak

EQUIPMENT

The modern ball still curves -- well, kind of

By E. Michael Johnson

BACKSPIN

Mark Plummer recalls the day he battled Tiger Woods

By Tim Murphy

OPINION

Tiger Woods' only challenger is Jack Nicklaus

By Bob Verdi

FEATURES

PASSION PLAY

Colombia's fiery Maria Jose Uribe outlasts Duke's Amanda Blumenherst in a gripping U.S. Women's Amateur finale

By Ryan Herrington

PGA REPORT

THE BIG PICTURES

A photo essay of the hot happenings at the 89th PGA Championship

PAR BOILED

Woody Austin, Ernie Els and steamy Tulsa made Tiger Woods sweat a little, but another PGA Championship was never in doubt

By Jim Moriarty

RANK AND FILE

Stats and scores covering all four rounds at Southern Hills CC

By Brett Avery

TIGER'S "62 1/2"

Woods joins the elite group of players who have shot 63 in a major -- and nearly does them one better

By Tim Rosaforte

TWO MEN AND A GAME

Tiger Woods and Ernie Els return to prominence, and revive -- maybe -- their once-aborted rivalry

By Jaime Diaz

THOUGHTS FROM SOUTHERN HILLS

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

By Bill Fields

REPORT CARD

How the top 10 players on the World Ranking entering the PGA Championship fared

By John Antonini

PGA NOTEBOOK

THURSDAY

No practice, no problem at Southern Hills for John Daly

Tulsa taken by (Graeme) Storm

Angel Cabrera's head-turning 10

FRIDAY

Phil Mickelson's wrist is better, but his score didn't show it

PGA a struggle for Aussies

Club pros prove they can play

SATURDAY

Boo Weekley steals the show

Scoring snafu DQs Sergio Garcia

Scott Verplank wilts in the heat

SUNDAY

Stephen Ames can't crack the final-round code

Simon Dyson is all charged up

Arron Oberholser's fast finish

AMATEURS

Don't forget Jennie Lee in the talk about top women amateurs

STATS & SCORES