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July 12, 1999 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

The Week June 29-July 5

On A Roll With a win at the Western, his third in four starts, Tiger Woods established himself as the man to beat at Carnoustie

By Gary Van Sickle

The Talk Of The Town Before the Open, a handful of residents had given Carnoustie a measure of fame

By Cameron Morfit

The Accidental Tourist Arriving in Scotland without an itinerary or a tee time, the author discovers the 'wee secret' of the natives and plays 10 courses in 10 days

By John Garrity

Bee Epstein-Shepherd This psychologist uses hypnosis to cure the yips, or any other problem her mostly amateur clients have with their games

By Scott Gummer


By Don Markus Edited by Cameron Morfit

My Shot Practicing for the World Cup was serious; our regular golf outings were anything but

By Brandi Chastain Edited by Cameron Morfit

Bailing On The Ryder Cup After 15 feverish years, U.S. players have cooled on making a big deal out of the event

By Jaime Diaz

Catching Up With...

Gary Cuozzo, Saints Quarterback August 14, 1967

By Richard Deutsch

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

Dressed For Excess Amid the designer suits and pompous pronouncements of the NBA draft, the only thing missing was basketball

By Steve Rushin


Lawnmower Man In a fortnight that fans of both tennis and tabloids could love, Pete Sampras cut down Andre Agassi for a sixth Wimbledon title

By S.L. Price

Women's World Cup

She's A Keeper

Thanks to the play of unflappable goalkeeper Briana Scurry, the U.S. advanced to the final against China

By Grant Wahl


No Sitting Still Throwing an impressive combination of pitching and muscle at the hapless Cubs, the Phillies showed why they might soon blossom into a contender

By Michael Bamberger; David Sabino

Pro Basketball

Higher Education Can Jonathan Bender, a sweet-shooting 6'11" string bean who was the No. 5 pick in the draft, make the great leap from Picayune Memorial High to NBA stardom?

By Jack McCallum



Inside Motor Sports

Inside Motor Sports

By Ed Hinton

Alex Zanardi Despite hard luck in F/1, the former CART ace is happy back home in Italy

By Ed Hinton

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan

Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Kostya Kennedy

In The Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Stephen Cannella and Jeff Pearlman

The Standings

By David Sabino

Midsummer Snooze Does the All-Star Game matter anymore?

By Daniel Okrent

The 20th Century

Our Favorite Athletes It's not nice to play favorites, but we're making an exception here, celebrating not necessarily the greatest but those who brought us the greatest joy

By Richard Hoffer

The Left Arm Of God

He was a consummate artist on the mound, the most dominant player of his time, yet he shunned fame and always put team above self. On the field or off, Sandy Koufax was pitcher perfect

By Tom Verducci

What Price History?

By Rick Reilly


Internet Invaders Start-ups are targeting the sporting-goods market

By L. Jon Wertheim

Leading Off

The Son Also Rises A second-generation star keys Italy's win in the European championships

By Alexander Wolff


By L. Jon Wertheim

Move Over, Maurice Greene Erwin Jaskulski, 96, broke the age-group world record in the 100 by 14 seconds

By Kenny Moore


All Guts No Glory Don't believe anyone who tells you that the Tough Guy Challenge is a piece of cake

By Kelley King

Life After Hoops Is A Drag Former NBA All-Star Larry Nance wedges himself into his racer and floors it

By L. Jon Wertheim


By Peter Gambaccini Edited by Mark Mravic and Richard O'Brien

Hurt Me, Baby

By Mark Beech

Tiger Tales It may be showing its age, but when Tiger Stadium falls to the wrecking ball after this season, a lot of terrific memories will go with it

By Leigh Montville

Faces In The Crowd

As Time Goes By Tiger Stadium's history is replete with memorable moments

By Mark Bechtel