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Table of Contents

Cover Photography By Charles Laberge

Cover Photography By Charles Laberge

BUNKER

Water issues strike Georgia courses

LPGA's first drug test merely a trial run

PGA Tour eyeing Silicon Valley stop

Exchange: Poll says par is still king

Mike Souchak was a muny marvel

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

VIEW FROM THE BUNKER

Louise Suggs should be a member of Augusta National

By Ron Sirak

OPINION

Not all is forgiven in Norman/Finchem feud

By John Hawkins

TOUR TALK

PGA

Caddie Greg Rita gathers support in his battle against cancer

Ben Crane regains his game after go-cart crash, back problems

Another round of shoulder woes sends Arron Oberholser to the sidelines

LPGA

What rust? Lorena Ochoa rolls to an 11-shot win in her season debut

SHOTLINK

The pros found water 315 times over four days at PGA National

__THE ANGRY GOLFER __

Hey ESPN—golf's a sport, too. And it's about time you gave it its due

EUROPEAN

Five years after giving up on tour life, Mark Brown wins back-to-back

AMATEURS

Stacy Lewis, Amanda Blumenherst get ready to rumble for POY award

__EQUIPMENT __

Not-so-name brands fill LPGA players' bags in Singapore

__BACK NINE/STATS & SCORES __

FEATURES

__MIND OVER MATTERS __

Battle-scarred Ernie Els puts aside recent near-misses and claims the Honda Classic for his first PGA Tour victory since 2004

By Jim Moriarty

SECOND TIME AROUND

Todd Demsey, once a promising rookie, is back on tour after 11 years and one debilitating tumor

By John Hawkins

__THE GAME BEFORE THE GAME __

Setting up courses on the PGA Tour is more complicated—and more scrutinized—than ever

By Geoff Shackelford