April 29, 2008

Golf World May 2, 2008

Table of Contents

Cover Illustration By Lou Beach

Cover Illustration By Lou Beach

BUNKER

Ochoa's play has LPGA greats noticing

U.S. Open entrants an eclectic bunch

LPGA heading to China in October

A look at last weekend's PGA telecast

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

Current grooves should be OK for pros in 2009

By E. Michael Johnson

THE VIEW

Life without Tiger Woods is a speculator's delight

By Jim Moriarty

OPINION

The PGA Tour needs someone besides Tiger to add excitement

By John Hawkins

TOUR TALK

CHAMPIONS

Tom Watson and Andy North are officially a Legends of Golf dynasty

Announcers Koch and Maltbie take Legends' Raphael Division title

EUROPEAN TOUR

Darren Clarke gets some closure on his wife's death with BMW Asian Open win

SHOTLINK

A red-hot putter led Adam Scott to his win at the EDS Byron Nelson

LPGA TOUR

Annika Sorenstam picks up the pieces to win when nerves crack Paula Creamer

THE ANGRY GOLFER

The constant shuffling of sponsors has the author more than a bit peeved

PGA TOUR

Adam Scott got the win at the Nelson, but his caddie drove off with a Cadillac

Monday qualifier Stuart Deane makes the most of his week in Texas

AMATEURS

Instead of 'taking up space,' David Abell won the Coleman Invitational

__BACK NINE/STATS & SCORES __

FEATURES

DRAMA IN DALLAS

Adam Scott picks up his sixth PGA Tour victory, the EDS Byron Nelson Championship, holing a Texas-size putt in a playoff with Ryan Moore

By John Hawkins

A MATTER OF CHOICE

Golf World asked PGA Tour pros to identify their 'fifth major.' Their answers may surprise you

By Dave Shedloski

THE REVIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN TOUR

Two years after being compared to the Nationwide Tour, Europe's worldwide circuit has found new life

By Tim Rosaforte