July 24, 2007

Golf World July 27, 2007

BUNKER

Carr, Nagle headed to Hall of Fame

LPGA acquires Futures Tour

Olympic golf talk heats up again

Lost at sea, fisherman lands on links

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

Drug testing key to protecting golf's integrity

By Ron Sirak

No ball-changing at the British Open

By E. Michael Johnson

Frank Beard remains ever the perfectionist

By Nick Seitz

Western Amateur preserves its prestige

By Meredith Kotowski

Steve Stricker proves he's a major player at Carnoustie

By Bob Verdi

BRITISH OPEN NOTEBOOK

THURSDAY

Short stay on top for John Daly

The "cable" guy: Tiger Woods

Irish rely on skill, not luck

FRIDAY

British Open still befuddles Lefty

J-Byrd makes cut in first British

British Am champ comes up short

SATURDAY

Rory McIlroy makes a little history

Fans find Carnoustie tough, too

Vijay Singh and strength guru split

SUNDAY

Tiger Woods needed 65, shoots 70

Almost another Argentine major

Mike Weir finally gets it together

STATS & SCORES

BRITISH OPEN REPORT

THE BIG PICTURES

A photo essay detailing the happenings at the Open's dramatic finishing hole

In a finish eerily similar to the 1999 British Open, Sergio Garcia's final- round collapse allows Padraig Harrington to overcome his own 72nd-hole disaster and claim his first career major championship

By John Hawkins

Stats and scores covering all four rounds from Carnoustie

By Brett Avery

Padraig Harrington and Sergio Garcia weren't the only ones to feel the pain of Carnoustie's home hole

By Tim Rosaforte

Sergio Garcia is already better than Seve Ballesteros in some areas. In others, he doesn't yet measure up

By Jaime Diaz

A four-day walk with Ernie Els captures the ebb and flow of the British Open -- and the man himself

By Bill Fields

REPORT CARD

How the top 10 players on the World Ranking entering the British Open fared

By John Anotnini

FEATURES

PERFECTLY ACCEPTABLE

Playing less than error-free golf, Joe Ogilvie secures his first PGA Tour win at the U.S. Bank Championship

By E. Michael Johnson

The Ricoh Women's British Open heads to the Old Course, and regardless of the outcome, it'll be a whole new ballgame

By Ron Sirak

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