March 19, 2008

Golf World March 21, 2008

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Cover Photography By Ben Van Hook

BUNKER

__ Lopez out, Arnie in as Bob Hope host __

__ USGA to check drivers -- or not __

__ Safeway to drop LPGA Arizona stop __

__ Asian Tour a holdout in OneAsia plan __

__ Travel bags you can't leave home without __

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

The enabling of John Daly needs to stop -- before it is too late

By Ron Sirak

Woods' domination reminds us of the greatness of Snead

By Dave Anderson

TOUR TALK

PGA

Turning to Stan Utley for help, Sergio Garcia hopes to stop putting woes

A DQ, a WD and a coach quitting are the latest in the John Daly saga

Gregarious Billy Andrade hangs with the celebrity crowd

SHOTLINK

Tiger Woods and Bart Bryant were knocking it stiff at Bay Hill

Hey guys, be like Tiger -- start putting and stop whining about bad greens

LPGA

Louise Friberg is the comeback kid at the LPGA's MasterCard Classic

CHAMPIONS

It's OT again as Denis Watson triumphs at the AT&T Champions Classic

EUROPEAN

On St. Patrick's Day eve, Irishman Graeme McDowell wins in Korea

AMATEURS

East Carolina's women's squad is no longer an unknown quantity

__EQUIPMENT __

When was the last time you hit a persimmon driver? We asked the pros

__BACK NINE/STATS & SCORES __

FEATURES

Tiger Woods takes Arnold Palmer's event (and ties Ben Hogan for career wins) with a breathtaking final-hole birdie to nip Bart Bryant

By Bob Verdi

THE BACKSPIN ISSUE

Interested in retracing the steps of past greats? Tour-tested munys offer lore and affordable golf

By Bob Verdi

Remembered for a twice-hit chip at the '85 U.S. Open, T.C. Chen looks ahead to Champions Tour competition

By David Lee

Those who lost USGA amateur titles to Tiger Woods have a special view of their conqueror's talents

By John Strege

COURSE CORRECTION

With a 2003 controversy behind her, Jan Stephenson, former star/glamour girl, just wants to dig up a little dirt

By Tim Rosaforte

__LION KINGS __

In the spring of 1969, Tampa's King High completed a dream season, staking its claim as schoolboy golf's best team ever

By Bob Harig

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