June 23, 2008

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Table of Contents

Cover Photograph By J.D. Cuban

Cover Photograph By J.D. Cuban

BUNKER

__The impact of Tiger Woods' absence __

Justin Leonard loses his identity to theft

__Formidable foursome gains HOF entry __

__PGA Tour, Kodak launch 'Challenge' __

Elite eight to determine NCAA champ

Lefty commits to play in Skins Game

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

Why accuracy is relevant on the PGA Tour

By E. Michael Johnson

THE VIEW

The skeptics need to believe Tiger Woods. Every single time

By Jim Moriarty

OPINION

Tiger Woods' U.S. Open win was even better than it looked

By John Hawkins

TOUR TALK

PGA OF AMERICA

New dad Scott Hebert takes the PGA Professional National Championship

PGA TOUR

• A week after scores soared at Torrey Pines, players went low at Hartford

• Brad Adamonis had a great week (and a lot on his mind) at the Travelers

LPGA TOUR

Suzann Pettersen remains winless in '08 as Eun-Hee Ji wins the Wegmans

THE ANGRY GOLFER

Two of the game's biggest stars contract foot-in-mouth disease

CHAMPIONS TOUR

Jeff Sluman finally cashes in at the Bank of America Championship

EUROPEAN

Homeland hero Martin Kaymer goes overtime to win the German Open

AMATEURS

Reinier Saxton wins one for The Netherlands at the British Amateur

BACK 9

__STATS & SCORES __

FEATURES

WHAT'S AHEAD FOR TIGER?

His knee injury won't likely threaten his career, but how well Tiger Woods will play after his surgery and rehab isn't clear

By Tim Rosaforte

BARE IN MIND

Weak closer Stewart Cink, aided by an unusual swing thought, ends a four-year victory drought at the Travelers Championship

By E. Michael Johnson

ONCE MORE, WITH FEELING

Making birdies by the bunch over an Erin Hills track auditioning for a U.S. Open, Tiffany Joh wins her second WAPL title

By Ryan Herrington