March 12, 2008

Golf World March 14, 2008

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Cover Photography By Darren Carroll

BUNKER

__ Ted Robinson, course architect, dies at 84 __

__ Tripp Isenhour charged in bird's death __

__ Will Ochoa's win record top Woods'? __

__ Q&A: KemperSports' Steve Lesnik __

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

Botox: The newest cure for the yips

By Jim Moriarty

If I were president of golf

By Bill Fields

TOUR TALK

CHAMPIONS

Langer/Haas duel goes seven extra holes, hints at what's in store for 2008

Sandy Lyle makes a less-than-stellar debut with a T-54 at Toshiba Classic

SHOTLINK

Monday qualifier is PODS long driver

PGA

Self-taught rookie Michael Letzig is quietly moving his way toward the top

Ryuji Imada cards T-2 finish as he returns to his 'second' home

Put the 'World' back in the World Golf Championships

SWING THOUGHTS

Bernhard Langer forgets about bad shots -- Stewart Cink can't

EUROPEAN

Win in Malaysia helps Arjun Atwal move on after deadly auto accident

AMATEURS

GB&I Curtis Cup squad will bring youth and experience to St. Andrews

Alabama takes over top spot in Golf World/Nike Golf men's poll

__EQUIPMENT __

Bomb-and-gouge thinking, course setup explain move to 60-degree wedges

__BACK NINE/STATS & SCORES __

FEATURES

As Stewart Cink stumbles, a rejuvenated Sean O'Hair rediscovers his winning ways at the PODS Championship

By Jim Moriarty

Comfortable on tour and in his new land, Korean K.J. Choi wants to be the first Asian male to win a major

By Tim Rosaforte

Real estate mogul's bid to build a $2.1 billion golf resort braces for another test

By John Huggan

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