July 20, 2009

Golf World July 27, 2009

Table of Contents

Cover Photo By J.D. Cuban

Cover Photo By J.D. Cuban

BUNKER

Will Turnberry become a rota regular for the British Open?

Jerry Kelly and Steve Stricker try to save the Milwaukee stop

R&A reviewing age-limit policy after Watson performance

Seve Ballesteros hopes to return in 2010 at St. Andrews

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

Turnberry and 2-irons

By E. Michael Johnson

GRILLROOM

Lucas Glover's trusty bagman

By Bob Verdi

OPINION

A historic win suddenly dashed

By Bob Verdi

TOUR TALK

THURSDAY

Sour Grapes? Sandy Lyle takes aim at Colin Montgomerie

By John Huggan

FRIDAY

Tiger Woods, the odds-on favorite, makes an early departure

By Bob Verdi

SATURDAY

Bryce Molder moves up while contenders fade

By Mike O'Malley

SUNDAY

A third claret jug will have to wait for Padraig Harrington

By John Huggan

__AMATEURS __

Brad Benjamin stuns everyone with his Pub Links win

By Ryan Herrington

STATS & SCORES

BRITISH OPEN REPORT

Snap Shots

Photos of the winner, the almost-winner and those who never had a chance

The Rank and File

Stats and scores covering all four rounds from Turnberry

By Brett Avery

In History's Grasp

Stewart Cink wins the British Open after Tom Watson's memorable, age-defying run at Turnberry comes up a putt short

Jim Moriarty

The Lessons of Turnberry

It's time to reassess the greatness of Tom Watson. But what does his performance say about today's generation of players?

Jaime Diaz

English Mufffers

Lee Westwood's closing bogey was the latest stumble in England's quest to find a worthy successor to Nick Faldo

Tim Rosaforte

Report Card

How the World Ranking's top 10 did at the 2009 British Open

John Antonini

U.S. BANK CHAMPIONSHIP

Extra Sweet

Bo Van Pelt ends years of frustration with a victory in Milwaukee

By Dave Shedloski