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Table of Contents

Cover Photograph By Darren Carroll

Cover Photograph By Darren Carroll

BUNKER

Olympics Golf? We need a fresh format

Florida courses feel Fay's watery wrath

ALS takes golf writer Bob Labbance

Scottish course, 117 years old, reopens

The U.S. Amateur's stroke-play king

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

Why Padraig Harrington should stick with Wilson

By E. Michael Johnson

THE VIEW

The FedEx Cup still requires some added spice

By Ron Sirak

OPINION

Golf may be a far better fit for the Olympics than you think

By E. Michael Johnson

TOUR TALK

PGA

His daughter's diabetes under control, Rick Smith gets back to teaching

Rookie race now a battle between Chez Reavie, Kevin Streelman

Steve Stricker is a solid Ryder Cup hopeful despite Barclays stumble

SHOTLINK

Fast starts have been no guarantee of victory on the PGA Tour in 2008

EUROPEAN TOUR

Darren Clarke hopes KLM Open win caught Nick Faldo's attention

THE ANGRY GOLFER

Our man's nerves are put to the test during the club championship qualifier

CHAMPIONS TOUR

Tom Kite is flying high after 10th Champions win at Boeing Classic

A senior major in hand, Fred Funk going back to the PGA Tour in 2009

LPGA TOUR

Cristie Kerr ends a year-long victory drought at the Safeway Classic

BACK 9/STATS & SCORES

FEATURES

Missing the Point?

Vijay Singh bested Sergio Garcia at the Barclays, but it was the revamped FedEx Cup Playoff format that had players scratching their heads

By John Hawkins

One For the Books

Danny Lee caps a red-hot summer at Pinehurst No. 2, becoming the youngest to win a U.S. Amateur

By Ryan Herrington

The Great Shake-up

From women's rankings to deciding the top men's team, college golf just won't be the same

By Ryan Herrington

Best in Class

The top 50 men and women college players to watch along with the top 25 teams entering the 2008-09 season

By Ryan Herrington