July 1, 2008

Golf World July 4, 2008

Table of Contents

Cover Photograph By Darren Carroll

Cover Photograph By Darren Carroll

BUNKER

__The PGA Tour drug test-first-hand __

Women's Open to Sebonack in 2013

Wild Dunes' 18th again under repair

Greg Norman, Chris Evert get hitched

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

Driver off the deck -- do not try this at home

By E. Michael Johnson

THE VIEW

It's time for Michelle Wie to try a new approach

By Ron Sirak

OPINION

Brad Faxon (literally) has felt Tiger Woods' pain

By John Hawkins

TOUR TALK

PGA TOUR

• A long (but great) week in Michigan has Rocco Mediate ready for a nap

• Player Advisory Council tackles the slow-play issue -- again

LPGA TOUR/Women's Open

• Angela Park's sweet swing couldn't produce a major championship • Annika Sorenstam ends her U.S. Women's Open career in style

THE ANGRY GOLFER

• The U.S. Women's Open had our man reaching for the television remote

CHAMPIONS TOUR

• Loren Roberts finds the winner's circle while Nick Price keeps looking

EUROPEAN Tour

• No driver, no problem as Pablo Larrazabal takes the French Open

• José Maria Olazábal among those failing to qualify for British Open

AMATEURS

• Reinier Saxton wins one for The Netherlands at the British Amateur

__STATS & SCORES __

FEATURES

Ten Years After

Inbee Park, inspired to try golf after watching fellow Korean Se Ri Pak in 1998, follows in her idol's footsteps with a dominating victory at the U.S. Women's Open

By Ron Sirak

Opening Act

Recent Arkansas grad Stacy Lewis, playing in her first event as a pro, ends the week as low American

By Ron Sirak

A Dream Coming True

Kenny Perry's Ryder Cup aspirations take another giant step forward at the Buick Open

By Bob Verdi

Nothing Minor League About It

Set to host its first event with a $1 million purse, the Nationwide Tour continues its evolution from fledgling start-up to reliable proving ground

By Brett Avery