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Golf World May 16, 2008

Table of Contents

Cover Photographs By Stephen Szurlej

Cover Photographs By Stephen Szurlej

BUNKER

__Torrey, Harding Park may go private __

LPGA boss Bivens gets extension

Maggert stunned by brother's death

Sawgrass super Fred Klauk calls it quits

Larry Hinson beat polio to play on tour

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

Efficiency off the tee is key -- except for Tiger

By E. Michael Johnson

THE VIEW

Traveling in Scotland by car is an expensive proposition

By Brett Avery

OPINION

By staying true to himself, Paul Goydos becomes a fan favorite

By Bob Verdi

TOUR TALK

PGA TOUR

Motivated by his critics, Sergio Garcia provides an answer at Sawgrass

LOCAL KNOWLEDGE

Holding the playoff at the TPC Sawgrass' 17th is the right call

NATIONWIDE TOUR

Colt Knost gets his 'one good round' and wins the Fort Smith Classic

LPGA TOUR

Jeong Jang had a costly ($62,367) miss at the Michelob Ultra Open

EUROPEAN TOUR

Hennie Otto tastes victory for the first time at the Italian Open

AMATEURS

Regional winners seek to unseat Duke as NCAA women's champs

__STATS & SCORES __

FEATURES

'THE TIME IS RIGHT'

After a dominating performance at Kingsmill, Annika Sorenstam announces she will retire at the end of the season

By Ron Sirak

URBAN RENEWAL

Georgia State's Joel Sjoholm brings the Atlanta school new hope with his improved play and mellower attitude

By Ryan Herrington

THE PLAYERS REPORT

DEMON RUN

Shedding myriad bugaboos, Sergio Garcia wins a wind-blown Players for his first victory since '05

By Jim Moriarty

THOUGHTS FROM SAWGRASS

No. 17 isn't golf's first island green -- just the excruciating, captivating standard for the concept

By Bill Fields

THE RANK AND FILE

Stats and scores covering all four rounds from the TPC Sawgrass

By Brett Avery

PLAYERS NOTEBOOK

Thursday

• Lefty starts strong in title defense

• Flu fells Masters champ Immelman

• Romero goes long on 17

Friday

• Old guys show they still have game

• Cink decides bald is beautiful

• Garrigus' ace a lone highlight

Saturday

• No-names lurk near the lead

• Birdie binge brings Holmes closer

• Nos. 14, 18 yield but one bird each

Sunday

• Quinney's charge falls just short

• For Goydos, it was all in the hands

• Hey Finchem, let the players talk