January 11, 2010

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Table of Contents

Cover photo by J.D. Cuban

Cover photo by J.D. Cuban

BUNKER

Jack Nicklaus is turning 70 and not looking back

Matteo Manassero's amateur career to end after Augusta

Corey Pavin and Fred Couples are rookies again

David Ishii is still enjoying his lone PGA Tour win

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT

For some, a new year means a new deal

By E. Michael Johnson

TRAVEL

A Scottsdale solution to the winter golf blues

By Dave Shedloski

OPINION

Golf without Tiger Woods will remain compelling

By Jaime Diaz

TOUR TALK

CALENDAR

A listing of more than 200 pro and amateur events

AMATEURS

Expect Alexis Thompson to be dominant in 2010

FRONT NINE/STATS

FEATURES

BACK TO BUSINESS

Under sunny skies and the cloud of Tiger Woods' hiatus, Geoff Oilvy gets people talking golf with a tidy victory in the SBS Championship

By Ron Sirak

BURNING AMBITION

The competition is overwhelming but Pat Perez, close friends with captain Corey Pavin, insists 2010 will be the year he makes his first U.S. Ryder Cup team

By Dave Shedloski

THE CHINA SYNDROME

As the European Tour tries to fend off the reach of its U.S. counterpart into the Far East, executive director George O'Grady's circuit remains focused on Dubai, keeping its players and regaining the Ryder Cup

By John Huggan

10 FOR '10 (Equipment Resolutions You Need To Keep)

Our chief implements geek says it is the little things that lead to improement. Here are his 10 must-try ideas

By E. Michael Johnson