April 13, 2009

Golf World April 20, 2009

Table of Contents

Cover Photo By J.D. Cuban; Inset By Timothy A. Clary/AP

Cover Photo By J.D. Cuban; Inset By Timothy A. Clary/AP

BUNKER

Golf's image is in need of a little polishing

Stomach surgery has John Daly thinner and eyeing a comeback

Michelle Wie, Sony part ways, and Lefty re-ups with Callaway

The recovery shot that won the 1971 Masters for Charles Coody

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

New clubs, balls are a boon for older players

By E. Michael Johnson

GRILLROOM

Golf is not Jim Furyk's only Sunday passion

By Bob Verdi

OPINION

Todd Hamilton was the Masters' quiet man

By Bob Verdi

NOTEBOOK

THURSDAY

The question heading into this year's Masters was, 'Where are the roars?' It took one round to get an answer

By E. Michael Johnson

FRIDAY

After 52 and 31 Masters, respectively, Gary Player and Fuzzy Zoeller decide it's time to call it quits

By Bill Fields

SATURDAY

Taking aim at a third straight major, Padraig Harrington's quest is derailed by a quadruple bogey

By Ryan Herrington

SUNDAY

Chad Campbell held the lead longer than anyone at the 73rd Masters, but he didn't have it when it mattered most—at the end

By Tim Rosaforte

MASTERS REPORT

SNAP SHOTS

A look at some key shots by the contenders for the green jacket

MAJOR DISAPPOINTMENT

Angel Cabrera wins the 2009 Masters, and Kenny Perry is left to wonder: How many more chances will there be?

By John Hawkins

RANK AND FILE

Stats and scores covering all four rounds plus the playoff from Augusta National

By Brett Avery

DUCK SOUP

Home cooking, restored confidence enable Angel Cabrera to win second major

By Tim Rosaforte

AUGUSTA BLUES

Anticipation turns to anger as Tiger Woods goes winless at the Masters for a fourth straight

By Jaime Diaz

THOUGHTS FROM AUGUSTA

Youth dominated early-week story lines at the 73rd Masters, but there was no substituting for experience

By Bill Fields

REPORT CARD

How the top 10 players on the World Ranking entering the Masters fared

By John Antonini