March 30, 2009

Golf World April 6, 2009

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Cover Photo By AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack

BUNKER

George Archer's hidden pain now helping others

Sign of the times: Tiger hosts a corporate outing

John Daly on the losing side again -- this time in court

Golfers rarely respect their grips—but they should

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

The inventive minds of two green jacket winners

By E. Michael Johnson

Juli Inkster finally gets to see Augusta National

By Bob Verdi

Adam Scott is relaxed and ready to win a major

By Bob Verdi

TOUR TALK

LPGA

A muny, Papago GC, gave Phoenix an event to be proud of

PGA

Time is running out for Davis Love III to make the Masters field

CHAMPIONS

Eagle brings Keith Fergus a win, keeps Mark O'Meara winless

AMATEURS

Making the cut has proven no easy task for Masters amateurs

BACK 9/STATS & SCORES

FEATURES

Tiger Woods (again) drains a dramatic final-hole putt to claim victory at Bay Hill, making plain the obvious: The best is back

By John Hawkins

MASTERS PREVIEW

Something is missing from today's Augusta National. Here's a plan to change that

By John Hawkins

Augusta National's par-4 opening hole has evolved into a starter that daunts even the longest hitters

By Nick Seitz

AUGUSTA NATIONAL MAP

A rendering of the course along with a look at the key holes

By Brett Avery

Billy Payne and Augusta National are making a concerted effort to grow the game

By Ron Sirak

Padraig Harrington, off to a slow start in 2009, remains resolute as he seeks his third straight major

By Dave Shedloski

As he readies for Augusta, Danny Lee leads a wave of poised young guns armed with lots of game

By Max Adler

Japan's Ryo Ishikawa is a teen on a mission

By Reiko Takekawa

Ben Crenshaw wishes Augusta National hadn't lost some of its strategic brilliance, but the two-time champ wouldn't miss the Masters for the world

By Bill Fields