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Table of Contents

Cover Photo by J.D. Cuban

Cover Photo by J.D. Cuban

BUNKER

The mystery of Sarazen's famous 4-wood

Scottsdale's 16th to be fully enclosed

Nicklaus' awards count keeps rising

New year brings new deals to tour pros

Jones offers tour insight to young golfers

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

VIEW FROM THE BUNKER

The latest LPGA restructuring is a sign of the times

By Ron Sirak

OPINION

Questioning the tour's silence on fines and suspensions

By John Hawkins

TOUR TALK

PGA TOUR

Energized Els looks forward to 2009

Staph infection sidelines Funk

Masters champ eyes defense, dinner

Suspended Daly to play Middle East

Will the world's top 10 stay that way?

Old knee injury hampers MacKenzie

AMATEURS

Arizona State women start the spring with a new look

Charlotte's Green to replace Vincent as Duke men's coach

THE ANGRY GOLFER

Our man and Sergio Garcia sing the birthday blues

STATS & SCORES

FEATURES

PART OF THE SOLUTION

Golf courses were among FDR's public works projects in the '30s, and President Obama should include them when the country embarks on an economic stimulus program

By Geoff Shackelford

TOUGH TEAM TO BEAT

That's the 2010 U.S. Ryder Cup squad, if it follows captain Corey Pavin's example of tenacity and resilience

By Lorne Rubenstein

DELAYED GATIFICATION

For four Nationwide Tour grads the PGA Tour is an opportunity to deliver on the promise they showed before tough times hit

By Curt Sampson

OPENING SALVO

Geoff Ogilvy kick-starts the tour's season with a six-stroke victory at the Mercedes-Benz Championship

By Dave Shedloski