July 29, 2008

Golf World August 8, 2008

Table of Contents

Cover Photograph By Stuart Franklin/Getty Images

Cover Photograph By Stuart Franklin/Getty Images

BUNKER

Phoenix CC grill room under fire

Look for Shark in Augusta in 2009

Homeowners near Birkdale win, too

Golf balls to help your game and wallet

We shouldn't forget Long Jim Barnes

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

Thin air had seniors using loftier clubs in Colorado

By E. Michael Johnson

THE VIEW

The Solheim Cup needs a shakeup to include global golfers

By Ron Sirak

OPINION

More Butch, less Pelz would serve Lefty well at the PGA

By John Hawkins

TOUR TALK

PGA

The Legends Reno-Tahoe Open was a tale of two Hawaiians

Despite all the pomp, Hunter Mahan wants in at the Ryder Cup

According to Craig Parry, drug testing on tour was long overdue

Bad ball-striking has Chris DiMarco turning to Rick Smith for help

SHOTLINK

Vijay Singh and Phil Mickelson are no strangers to sleeping on the lead

THE ANGRY GOLFER

Retire? Look for Annika Sorenstam to be back by the 2010 Kraft Nabisco

LPGA TOUR

Be that as it may, Sorenstam closes out her major career in style

CHAMPIONS TOUR

Buoyed by good play, John Cook finds the end result disappointing

AMATEURS

In amateur golf's most grueling test, Danny Lee shone from start to finish

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FEATURES

CHANGE AGENT

Swing tweaks, new putter enable Vijay Singh to set international win standard at WGC-Bridgestone

By Bob Verdi

HE'S ONE COOL CAT

Revived putting lifts Argentina's Eduardo Romero to victory at the U.S. Senior Open at The Broadmoor

By John Strege

POWER PLAY

Twenty-year-old Korean Ji-Yai Shin's British Open victory emphatically underscores new world order

By Ron Sirak

MUSCLE & GUILE

2007 winner Bo Links retains his Lido design title with an option-rich dogleg par 4

By Ron Whitten