July 16, 2007

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Table of Contents

BUNKER

Seve Ballesteros hangs up his clubs

Tadd Fujikawa jumps to the pros

LPGA hires full-time agronomist

Prep school next up for Amy Alcott

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

VIEW FROM THE BUNKER

Korean women can win, but only Se Ri Pak dominate

By Ron Sirak

EQUIPMENT

Fat is in when it comes to putter grips

By E. Michael Johnson

BACKSPIN

Public golf remains important to Jerry Vidovic

By Ryan Herrington

OPINION

David Duval is in no rush to rejoin the tour

By Bob Verdi

TOUR TALK

PGA

Justin Leonard makes changes to regain his winning form

Boo Weekley's Scottish invasion

A loyal Woody Austin plays the Deere, opts out of British Open

JDC fans miss Michelle Wie

Junior Philip Francis gets a taste of the tour life

CHAMPIONS

R.W. Eaks grabs his first senior win in upstate New York

Nick Faldo returns to Muirfield

LPGA

One for the thumb¡ Se Ri Pak wins a fifth Owens Corning Classic

SHOTLINK

Greens in regulation helped determine John Deere winner

AMATEURS

U.S. Walker Cup team takes shape

STATS & SCORES

FEATURES

FLIGHT PLANS

The John Deere Classic (and a British Open slot) goes to Jonathan Byrd when Tim Clark stumbles down the stretch

By Bob Verdi

THIS COLT'S A TOP GUN

Aspiring pro Colt Knost expands (and complicates) his playing options with a U.S. Amateur Public Links win

By John Strege

CALL OF THE WILD

Gregory Havret wins the Scottish Open when some old swing demons haunt Phil Mickelson late at Loch Lomond

By John Huggan