May 27, 2008

Golf World May 30, 2008

Table of Contents

Cover Photograph By Darren Carroll

Cover Photograph By Darren Carroll

BUNKER

Erik Compton gets another lease on life

Money talks: Dubai group buys Turnberry

Shark, Tiger have unquenchable thirst

LaRee Sugg led UCLA to 1991 title

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

Matching clubs to course makes for odd set makeups

By E. Michael Johnson

THE VIEW

Golf's brass carry the torch to get golf into the 2016 Olympics

By Ron Sirak

OPINION

Paul Azinger may dispel notion Ryder Cup role is overrated

By John Hawkins

TOUR TALK

EUROPEAN TOUR

More stars needed as Miguel Angel Jiménez wins the BMW PGA

LOCAL KNOWLEDGE

Crowne Plaza makes the most of its one-year deal with Phil Mickelson

PGA TOUR

• A T-7 at Colonial gets Jeff Quinney in the U.S. Open field

• Arron Oberholser loses his spot at Torrey Pines but is buoyed by return

SHOTLINK

Phil Mickelson was on target from in close at the Crowne Plaza Invitational

THE ANGRY GOLFER

Ain't travel grand? Not for the author, who has had it with the airlines

CHAMPIONS TOUR

Don't expect Greg Norman to play more events after T-6 at Senior PGA

LPGA TOUR

Capturing the Corning Classic means a long wait is over for Leta Lindley

AMATEURS

UC Davis women make more than a token appearance at nationals

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FEATURES

PAY DIRT

Bomb 'n gouging as only he can, Phil Mickelson claims the Colonial with a miraculous birdie

By Mike Stachura

SURVIVAL TEST

Jay Haas copes with brutal Oak Hill better than anyone to win his second Senior PGA Championship

By John Strege

CITY SLICKERS

Arizona State's Azahara Munoz, USC shine in Albuquerque at the women's NCAA Championship

By Ryan Herrington

COLOR HER READY

Paula Creamer's game is in the pink, and the 21-year-old star is keen to make a major statement

By Ron Sirak