April 22, 2008

Golf World April 25, 2008

Table of Contents

Cover Photograph By Charles Laberge

Cover Photograph By Charles Laberge

BUNKER

National Golf Day takes center stage

Euro media balk at late U.S. Open finish

EDS seeks a new spot on tour's calendar

U.S. squad selected for Palmer Cup

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

Hybrids are creeping deeper into the iron set

By E. Michael Johnson

VIEW FROM THE BUNKER

What if there was a pill that could cure your golf ills?

By Lee Montville

OPINION

Lorena Ochoa's dominance is a super sequel to Annika's reign

By Ron Sirak

TOUR TALK

CHAMPIONS

Tom Watson had the steak and the sizzle in defending his Outback title

PGA

Ernie Els discusses the challenges of life with an autistic child

Anthony Kim proves he's ready to shine when the spotlight is brightest

SHOTLINK

Putting was at a premium on the small greens of Harbour Town GL

THE ANGRY GOLFER

Why does Pebble Beach insist on busting everyone's budget?

LPGA

Juli Inkster grabbed a hall-of-fame putting tip at the Ginn Open

EUROPEAN

Damien McGrane tops the field and the elements to win the Volvo China Open

AMATEURS

The status quo ruled at SEC, ACC conference championships

__BACK NINE/STATS & SCORES __

FEATURES

HEADING TO THE DISABLED LIST

Tiger Woods opts for surgery on his troublesome left knee, but hopes to be ready to play at the Memorial

By Tim Rosaforte

REPEATING ACTION

Boo Weekley picks up his second win on the PGA Tour by successfully defending the Verizon Heritage title he won a year ago

By Bob Verdi

NICELY DONE

Lorena Ochoa's fourth win in four starts -- a three-shot victory at the Ginn Open -- leaves her in a familiar spot: ready to make history

By Jaime Diaz