April 9, 2008

Golf World April 11, 2008

Table of Contents

Cover Photograph By Darren Carroll

Cover Photograph By Darren Carroll

BUNKER

LPGA changes drug-testing firms

Talk of a players' association quiets

Northern Ky. golfer dies in his sleep

Colt Knost OK with missing Masters

Taking in the sun in style

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

PERSPECTIVE

Much has happened since Len Mattiace's 2003 Masters run

By Dave Anderson

VIEW FROM THE BUNKER

Many vying to become future Euro Ryder Cup captains

By John Huggan

OPINION

Critics only fuel Augusta National's independent streak By John Hawkins

By John Hawkins

TOUR TALK

PGA

Seniors in the Masters field bring varied viewpoints

Journeyman Bob Estes gets a new 'grip' on his career

LPGA

Three-time winner Amy Alcott says she has played her last Kraft Nabisco

Last year's Mission Hills collapse still fuels Suzann Pettersen

CHAMPIONS

Less than two months after knee surgery, Mark Wiebe sails to victory

AMATEURS

Kraft Nabisco presents 'major' opportunity for top amateurs

UCLA women are new No. 1

EQUIPMENT

Reminder grips are slowly being forgotten by tour pros

__STATS & SCORES __

FEATURES

PARTY TIME

Lorena Ochoa continues her torrid play, rolling to a Kraft Nabisco win and her second straight major title

By Ron Sirak

MYSTERY GUEST

Johnson Wagner, a little-known second-year pro, wins Houston to pick off the last invite to Augusta

By John Strege

POSITIVELY AMAZING

Gary Player, 72, set a Masters record this week, adding to an impressive -- and underappreciated -- résumé

By Nick Seitz