March 31, 2008

Golf World April 4, 2008

Table of Contents

Cover Photograph By Dom Furore

Cover Photograph By Dom Furore

BUNKER

The hunt is on for 2009 LPGA sponsors

USGA establishes Future Sites Committee

The Masters and kids: Who can get in?

These aren't your grandfather's golf shoes

Don January enjoyed the good ol' days

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

VIEW FROM THE BUNKER

Tiger's swearing is OK, but the rabbit ears should go

By Jim Moriarty

OPINION

In his own words: Byron Nelson talks about the 1937 Masters

By Bob Verdi

TOUR TALK

PGA

No matter how you look at it, Tiger Woods is the man to beat at the Masters

The early leaders in New Orleans saw Masters berths sink as scores soared

Todd Hamilton struggles to regain the magic of his 2004 season

SHOTLINK

Andres Romero was dialed in from long distance on the greens

THE ANGRY GOLFER

The author throws a flag on Bubba Watson for unsportsmanlike behavior

LPGA

A Wie bit of strategy: Michelle to try and earn tour card via money earned

Up-and-comer Jee Young Lee could be the next dominant Korean golfer

CHAMPIONS

That sound you heard was Bernhard Langer blowing by the field in Florida

EUROPEAN

Thomas Levet uses his experience to end a four-year victory drought

AMATEURS

Teams fight to stay above the .500 mark as tournament time approaches

__EQUIPMENT __

Long putters (bellies, too) are on the decline on the PGA Tour

__BACK NINE/STATS & SCORES __

FEATURES

WAIT WATCHER

Argentine Andres Romero, the leader in the clubhouse for hours, takes the Zurich Classic when several others can't

By Jim Moriarty

WITHERING HEIGHTS

Lorena Ochoa, No. 1 and getting better, preps for the year's first major with a birdie-fueled romp at the Safeway International

By Ron Sirak

MASTERS PREVIEW

COMING OF AGE

He took time to develop, but the maturation of Aaron Baddeley was worth the wait

By John Hawkins

SECOND-GUESSING

Ten years after Augusta National introduced its 'second cut,' the strategy gets mixed reviews

By Geoff Shackelford

CALCULATIONS

Mark Calcavecchia, the tour's anti-Tiger, is a refreshing mix of wit and unconventional wisdom

By Jim Moriarty

THE MASTERS LINEUP

Players and qualifications for invitation to the first men's major of 2008

By Brett Avery

ARNIE NOW...AND THEN

But for minor concessions to age, Arnold Palmer is the same captivating man who won the 1958 Masters

By Bill Fields