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Table of Contents

Cover photograph by David Cannon/Getty Images

Cover photograph by David Cannon/Getty Images

BUNKER

Course designs aplenty likely for 2016 Olympic host Brazil

Reduced revenues lead LPGA to cut eight staffers

Pink products to help your game and the cancer fight

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

PERSPECTIVE

Joining the cause in my mom's memory

By Morgan Pressel

EQUIPMENT

Monster mallets are a thing of the past

By E. Michael Johnson

GRILLROOM

Sitting down with a hungry Hunter Mahan

By Bob Verdi

OPINION

Michael Jordan's winning presence gave U.S. team a boost

By Bob Verdi

TOUR TALK

THURSDAY/FRIDAY

Justin Leonard moves past concession confusion

By Ryan Herrington

SATURDAY

Second fiddle was just fine with Steve Stricker

By Dave Shedloski

SUNDAY

Internationals find a big star in Tiny Tim

By Ryan Herrington

AMATEURS

Title is crowning achievement for U.S. Mid-Am champions

FRONT NINE/STATS & SCORES

FEATURES

Standing Tall

Breast cancer claimed her sister and stalks her to this day, but former pro Missy Farr-Kaye responds like a champion—with grit, grace and a rare ability to help other women

By John Strege

PRESIDENTS CUP REPORT

Bay City Rollers

Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods lead the way as the U.S. tops the Internationals, 19½-14½, at Harding Park for a fifth straight Presidents Cup victory

By John Hawkins

Rank and File

Stats and scores from four days of foursomes, four-balls and singles at San Francisco's Harding Park

By Brett Avery

Freddie Being Freddie

Intuitive, deferential and above all, respected by his troops, the U.S. captain succeeds as only he can

By Jaime Diaz

Dr. Phil

Once a weak link as a team competitor, Phil Mickelson put the U.S. in the right frame of mind with his play, leadership

By Tim Rosaforte