January 21, 2008

Golf World January 25, 2008

Table of Contents

Cover Photography By Charles Laberge

Cover Photography By Charles Laberge

BUNKER

__Makeover continues at the USGA __

Acushnet/Callaway court battle goes on

PGA Tour, Westchester CC still talking

Links Sports closure affects players

Can Lefty remain No. 2 in the world?

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

VIEW FROM THE BUNKER

Don't be surprised if Tiger Woods actually gets better

By Ron Sirak

OPINION

Bobby Fischer's mentor had a keen eye for golf as well as chess

By Bill Fields

TOUR TALK

PGA

Will Torrey Pines provide a preview of June's U.S. Open?

Ryder Cup in his native Kentucky motivates Kenny Perry

Changes to FedEx playoff points system could be in place for this year

After surgery Scott McCarron enjoys a different kind of cut

__THE ANGRY GOLFER __

Tour pros need to stop whining about the new cut policy

__CHAMPIONS __

A lengthy stay in Hawaii pays off for Fred Funk with MasterCard win

SWING KEYS

Some of the tour's purest shotmakers have homegrown swings

LPGA

Dorothy Delasin, Jennifer Rosales lift the Philippines to Women's World Cup

__EQUIPMENT __

Lightweight shafts move into fairway woods and hybrids

AMATEURS

Solid squad selected to represent U.S. in Curtis Cup play

__STATS & SCORES __

FEATURES

__DESERT BREEZE __

D.J. Trahan roars past Justin Leonard with a closing 65 to capture the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic and his second tour victory

By Bob Verdi

__BRING IN THE NOISE __

The loudest place in Arizona on Super Bowl weekend might just be No. 16 at TPC Scottsdale

By Nick Seitz

HISTORY LESSONS

Mark Frost's The Match vividly recounts a legendary 1956 showdown at Cypress Point -- and reminds us that facts aren't always facts

By Bo Links