May 4, 2009

Golf World May 11, 2009

Table of Contents

Cover Photo By Charles Laberge

Cover Photo By Charles Laberge

BUNKER

PGA Tour's charitable giving to take center stage

Swine flu postpones or delays four tournaments

Ariz. cop nabs Golf Digest U.S. Open Challenge spot

Arnold Palmer close to Congressional Gold Medal

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

Players start voicing concerns on groove rule

By E. Michael Johnson

GRILLROOM

With one hand, Matt Lees chases his dream of being a golf pro

By Bob Verdi

OPINION

Quail Hollow event needs to stop reaching for the stars

By John Hawkins

TOUR TALK

PGA

How David Duval slid all the way from No. 1 in the world to 858th

PGA

A break for the body and mind has Lucas Glover excited about golf again

EUROPEAN

Thomas Levet captures his fifth European title at the Spanish Open

AMATEURS

USC sophomore Lizette Salas shows she has learned her lessons well

BACK 9/STATS & SCORES

FEATURES

Redeemed

Five weeks after Tiger Woods blew past him at Bay Hill, Sean O'Hair rebounds with dandy ball-striking -- and a win in N.C.

By Jim Moriarty

Hoosier Daddy

Billionaire Bill Cook has bet $500 million that his Indiana resort and new Pete Dye course will set the standard for destination golf in the U.S.

By Matt Ginella

Rich Harvest

A bumper-crop of Americans are playing well on the LPGA -- must be a Solheim Cup year

By Ron Sirak

It Takes A Village

Tour pros used to be a band of self-reliant souls, but significant entourages are the rule today for golfers looking for an edge

By Curt Sampson