January 01, 2008

Golf World December 28, 2007

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Cover Photography By Dom Furore

BUNKER

Callaway wins ball-patent lawsuit

Masters changes good for youngsters

Elin Nordegren prevails in libel suit

Why Calif. desert courses are sinking

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

Can anyone step up to challenge Tiger Woods in 2008? Not likely

By Ron Sirak

Prior to becoming Nick Price's agent, David Abell beat him in a junior tournament

Bill Fields

TOURNAMENTS

Tiger Woods picks up yet another win, this one at the Target World

By Ron Lux

ALMANAC

Results and stats from the pro tours, amateurs, colleges and juniors

By John Antonini and Lisa Vannais Shultz

The author's top 10 memories of 2007 include a sobering visit to Virginia Tech

By John Hawkins

PREVIEW 2008

Golf World's senior tour writer says golf's No. 1 is as intuitive and inscrutable as ever -- and don't expect that to change

By John Hawkins

Today's best players can still maneuver the ball, but modern equipment and conditions have altered the art

By Nick Seitz

Geoff Ogilvy is enthralled by 'proper golf,' but the current style of play doesn't lend itself to it

By Jaime Diaz

__PAIR GAME __

Once an awesome duo, Fred Couples and Davis Love III will be fortysomethings on the comeback trail in 2008

By Tim Rosaforte

TOP BILLING

Shocking! Tiger Woods tops our annual ranking of the top 30 players on the PGA Tour for 2008

By John Antonini

THE REST OF THE TOUR

A quick look at all the other players with tour cards set to compete next year

By John Antonini and Ryan Herrington

As the Ryder Cup returns to the U.S. and Tiger Woods seeks another stellar year, our man on the scene sorts out what to expect during the coming season

By Tim Rosaforte

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