November 3, 2009

Golf World November 9, 2009

Table of Contents

Cover photograph by Richard Castka

Cover photograph by Richard Castka

BUNKER

Mike Whan will lead the LPGA by listening

St. Andrews' Road Hole adds some yards

The mystery of Lloyd Mangrum's Masters medal

Erin Hills: new owner; same goal -- 2017 U.S. Open

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

Improving touch with heavier putters

By E. Michael Johnson

PERSPECTIVE

A PGA member at last: John Shippen

By Dave Anderson

GRILLROOM

Former LPGA pro Lori Garbacz waits for no one

By Ron Sirak

OPINION

Loren Roberts ends a trying year on a high note

By Bill Fields

TOUR TALK

PGA

The 2009 PGA Tour season in review

LPGA

In Korea, Na Yeon Choi wins again

European

The Race to Dubai is heating up

AMATEURS

Chang-Won Han earns a dream invite

FRONT NINE/STATS & SCORES

FEATURES

Making Their Points

John Cook's aggressiveness and Loren Roberts' doggedness paid off handsomely at the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship

By Bill Fields

This Brit's Got Grit

Continuing a season of high-level play, England's Ross Fisher wins the Volvo World Match Play

By John Huggan

Kid Cool

Unfazed by a washout in Mississippi, 20-year-old rookie Rickie Fowler remains focused on his late-season bid for a card

By Dave Shedloski

Last Call

As China readied to host a $7 million WGC event, local pros who pioneered the sport face a new reality: The party may be winding down for them

By Dan Washburn