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Table of Contents

BUNKER

FedEx finale beset by baked greens

Colorado assistant pro shoots 56

Greg Norman's divorce finalized

Hawaiian donors support Fujikawa

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

VIEW FROM THE BUNKER

How to restore a Donald Ross course

By Ron Whitten

EQUIPMENT

Pros bend drivers to improve performance

By E. Michael Johnson

BACKSPIN

Charlie Owens and the invention of the long putter

By Bill Fields

OPINION

The tour's young stars are finally approaching their potential

By John Hawkins

FEATURES

HIS KIND OF TOWN

Tiger Woods reclaims the FedEx Cup lead with his 60th PGA Tour win -- a record-breaking BMW victory at Cog Hill

By Bob Verdi

BRAVE HEARTS

A tight-knit, talented band of Americans holds off GB&I to retain the Walker Cup

By Ryan Herrington

ARCHITECTURE SPECIAL

CALIFORNIA DREAMIN'

Kyle Phillips' vision for Sacramento's Del Paso CC was a tough sell, but it may well have saved the club

By Bob Burns

SAVING THE NELSON

Parlaying local knowledge and a sense of history, D.A. Weibring revamps the TPC Las Colinas

By Bill Fields

Tour Talk

PGA

September session makes for a season in the sun at East Lake

Oberholser, Donald, Kelly drop out; Cink, Clark, Villegas advance to Atlanta

LPGA

Rain-plagued Arkansas event honors unofficial amateur winner

SHOTLINK

Tiger Woods' milestone win offers some stand-out statistics

USGA

Walker Cup heroes turn pro

Lee wins senior amateur; Schultz garners women's senior title

FUTURES

Ex-Michigan State stars among five to earn LPGA cards for 2008

STATS & SCORES