March 25, 2008

Golf World March 28, 2008

Table of Contents

Cover Photography By Charles Laberge

Cover Photography By Charles Laberge

BUNKER

__ Will Woods' season defy the odds? __

__ Wrist keeps Wie out of Safeway Int'l __

__ Callaway/Titleist lawsuit hits homestretch __

__ Are new venues major-worthy too soon? __

__ An analytical look at Hall of Fame criteria __

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

VIEW FROM THE BUNKER

What it would be like if Tiger caddied for golfers like us

By Jim Moriarty

OPINION

Hogan's looper for a week in '51 got a bird's-eye view of the Hawk

By Bill Fields

TOUR TALK

PGA

Pros get extra prep with an extra week between the Florida Swing and Augusta

Ernie Els has a new source for a swing check-up: Butch Harmon

Retief Goosen regains his putting touch -- and his hopes for a Masters win

Jeev Milkha Singh postpones his wedding reception to play at Doral

Rest and rehab on a bum shoulder have Brett Wetterich thinking positive

After 379 starts and a health scare, Greg Kraft savors his first official win

SHOTLINK

Few fairways proved no problem for Geoff Ogilvy last week at Doral

__THE ANGRY GOLFER __

Those who yell "Fore!" from a passing car need to get some new material

SWING THOUGHTS

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

AMATEURS

Look out -- the Texas Lady Longhorns are ready to stampede again

__EQUIPMENT __

When a broken club still can be used -- and when it can't

__BACK NINE/STATS & SCORES __

FEATURES

__STREAKBUSTERS __

Geoff Ogilvy ends Tiger Woods' win skein at five and takes the WGC-CA Championship, his first victory since the 2006 U.S. Open

By Bob Verdi

__MAJOR STATEMENTS __

For young guns and veterans alike, next week's Kraft Nabisco Championship is a chance to shine

By Ron Sirak

__BADGER BEAUTY __

For young guns and veterans alike, next week's Kraft Nabisco Championship is a chance to shine

By Gary D'Amato