October 02, 2007

Golf World October 5, 2007

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Cover Photography By Charles Laberge

BUNKER

World Golf Foundation reorganizes

Banned substances listed for pros

2009 U.S. Am moved to Southern Hills

Tennis star's new endeavor: golf

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

Remembering Shoal Creek pioneer Louis Willie Jr.

By Ron Sirak

Golf balls are part of Presidents Cup strategy

By E. Michael Johnson

Peter Baker, 1993 Ryder Cup star, seeks a comeback

By John Huggan

The Presidents Cup is not just about keeping score

By Bob Verdi

FEATURES

ERIN GO BLAH

A team of Brits wins a lightly attended Seve Trophy in Ireland, and Nick Faldo attracts a little pre-Ryder Cup fire

By John Huggan

PRESIDENTS CUP NOTEBOOK

THURSDAY/FRIDAY

Conceded putt sets the tone for a gentlemanly Presidents Cup

Charles Howell III benefits from pairing with Tiger Woods

Stuart Appleby finally gets a win in Presidents Cup competition

SATURDAY

Tiger Woods rebounds from worst loss ever with a pair of wins

Phil Mickelson plays "Aquaman" in a watery sequel

International's studs are duds at Royal Montreal GC

SUNDAY

Quietly, Scott Verplank racks up a perfect 4-0 record

Stewart Cink soaks up the atmosphere and gets the clincher

Phil Mickelson drubs Vijay Singh in Sunday's "other" match

PRESIDENTS CUP REPORT

THE BIG PICTURES

Woody "Aquaman" Austin's adventures on Royal Montreal GC's 14th hole

Inspired by Woody Austin's plunge, a U.S. squad awash in team spirit wins the Presidents Cup

By John Hawkins

The Yanks roll in Montreal thanks in large part to a near-perfect record in foursomes. How Un-Ryder-Cup-like

By Bill Fields

Wrap-ups of all 34 matches plus a report card on the 24 players who competed at Royal Montreal

By Brett Avery

Despite a more hectic schedule, America's players still sound committed to the Presidents Cup -- and their beloved captain

By Jaime Diaz

America's trio of rookies inspired -- and were inspired by -- the occasion

By Jim Moriarty

Tour Talk

PGA

Steve Flesch, Chad Campbell off to fast starts in the Fall Series

Ankle injury, surgery ends season for Davis Love III

LPGA

Maria Hjorth takes the Navistar Classic for first victory since 1999

CHAMPIONS

Unheralded Mark Wiebe wins in his inaugural senior start