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Table of Contents

BUNKER

Pepper's remark hurts captaincy bid

N.Y. Times' Dave Anderson to retire

Kevin Erickson: Special Olympics force

Latest in shotmaking help: underwear

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

VIEW FROM THE BUNKER

Ladies European Tour role hurting Solheim Cup

By Ron Sirak

EQUIPMENT

Length is only one change when clubs are cut down

By E. Michael Johnson

BACKSPIN

One-time winner Forrest Fezler has new designs on golf

By Bill Fields

OPINION

The FedEx Cup had its kinks, but it impressed, too

By Bob Verdi

FEATURES

__WINNER TAKES ALL __

Tiger Woods rolls to the FedEx Cup and Tour Championship titles at East Lake, wrapping up a dominating late-season run

By Jim Moriarty

YOUNG AND RELENTLESS

Playing with skill and resolve beyond their years, Betsy King's American team routs Europe, 16-12, in the 10th Solheim Cup

By Ron Sirak

PRESIDENTS CUP PREVIEW

OVERDUE DILIGENCE

Hard work and introspection helped Steve Stricker resuscitate his game—one of the keys to U.S. hopes in Canada

By John Hawkins

Maps and Stats

A look at the course and a statistical preview of the U.S. and International teams

By Brett Avery

MONTREAL'S CANADIAN

Mike Weir returns to his native land facing two challenges: win the cup and meet his country's expectations

By Lorne Rubenstein

Tour Talk

PGA

Great play, surprise moves and inspiring stories highlight 2007 season

Cash and tour cards on the line in season's final seven fall events

Vijay Singh changes swing, shafts and schedule with an eye on 2008

EUROPEAN

A pair of eagles sends Søren Hansen soaring to Mercedes win

SHOTLINK

Tiger Woods' money lead is safe -- even if he doesn't play another event

CHAMPIONS

Second win of the year proved harder than expected for R.W. Eaks

AMATEURS

Amanda Blumenherst closes in on Duke's all-time win mark

Stanford men hold on to top spot in Golf World/Nike coaches poll

STATS & SCORES