July 6, 2009

Golf World July 13, 2009

Table of Contents

Cover Photo By Stephen Szurlej

Cover Photo By Stephen Szurlej

BUNKER

USGA boss says Pinehurst doubleheader no problem

LPGA players call for Carolyn Bivens to resign

Performance-enhancers not on tour, says Finchem

Jerilyn Britz's golf was red-hot in the summer of '79

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

Distance no longer running rampant

By E. Michael Johnson

GRILLROOM

There's more to Paul Casey than just the golfer

By Bob Verdi

OPINION

A Tom Watson- Turnberry moment to remember

By Jaime Diaz

TOUR TALK

PGA

Tour pros voice thoughts on getting ready for the groove move

LPGA

Winners in 2009 are showing why 1988 was a very good year

EUROPEAN

A few feet separated victory and defeat for Martin Kaymer

AMATEURS

North Carolina boy makes good in the North & South

FRONT 9/STATS & SCORES

FEATURES

Host With The Most

Outdueling Anthony Kim head-to-head and holding off fast-closing Hunter Mahan, Tiger Woods wins his AT&T National event

John Hawkins

Pressure Cooker

Mike Small, battling heat, an aching back and several challengers, wins his second PGA Professional National Championship

By Max Adler

BRITISH OPEN PREVIEW

Predictably Unpredictable

Weather, course conditions and recent history suggest Turnberry's champ may be a player not on the radar

Tim Rosaforte

Mind Bender

Turnberry's Ailsa course is an amalgam of design philosophies, disparate looks and varied terrain. It'll drive some guys nuts

By Ron Whitten

Elysian Field

Askernish, the newest 'hot' course in Scotland, is also one of the oldest. It's an unpolished Old Tom Morris gem

By John Huggan

Tony The Trailblazer

Forty years after his victory at Royal Lytham, Tony Jacklin looks back on his Open title and how it spurred a revival in European golf

By Al Barkow