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Golf Plus

The Week March 21-27

Double Bill Karrie Webb's second straight victory in a major came with an added attraction: the Wongluekiet twins

By John Garrity

Punched Out Unlike some of his fellow Tour pros, who seemed resigned to defeat, Hal Sutton couldn't wait to knock off Tiger Woods at the Players Championship

By Alan Shipnuck

Roots A look at Tiger Woods's golf genealogy reveals how he got so good

By Alan Shipnuck

Bear in Mind Those closest to Jack Nicklaus expect him to pull off at least one more miracle before he bows out of the majors

By Michael Bamberger

The S.A.T. Take our Standard Augusta Test and measure your mastery of Masters minutiae

By Gary Van Sickle

Crossing the Line YEARS BEFORE ROSA PARKS REFUSED TO TAKE A SEAT IN THE BACK OF A BUS, A SMALL GROUP OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN GOLFERS STRUCK A BLOW FOR RACIAL JUSTICE BY DEMANDING TO PLAY A SEGREGATED MUNICIPAL COURSE IN THE HOMETOWN OF BOBBY JONES

By Jack McCallum

Notebook

By Jaime Diaz

My Shot There's only one thing that would make my trip to the Masters more special than usual

By Jay Haas

Caddie Cam Once an art, caddying has become an easy job

By Linn Strickler

Now Hear This The grand pooh-bah has some words for the wise about the Masters telecast

By Walter Bingham

Catching Up With...

Mark Alarie, Duke Forward March 17, 1986

By John O'Keefe

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

Bristol Stomp

By John Walters

Book 'Em, Jacko Imagine the possibilities if Phil Jackson began to distribute volumes in even greater volume

By Steve Rushin

Sailing

Around the World in 1,080 Days The Nutt family cast off on a three-year globe-circling adventure that will change their lives and, they're sure, bring them closer together

By Roger Rosenblatt

College Basketball

Basket Brawl Smashmouth play fit for the gridiron propelled Florida, Michigan State, North Carolina and Wisconsin to the NCAA Final Four

By Alexander Wolff

Pro Basketball

Square Shooter In his final season Jeff Hornacek is still lifting the Jazz with the kind of good old-fashioned shooting that's rarely seen these days

By L. Jon Wertheim

Inside

Inside THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Stephen Cannella

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan

Sitting Bull Will Perdue returned to Chicago to play, but mostly he's warming the bench

By Franz Lidz

Inside College Football

Inside College Football

By Ivan Maisel

Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Kostya Kennedy

In the Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Baseball

He's No Angel

Dogged for years by a hellish reputation, Jim Edmonds is finally out of Anaheim and hoping the outfield grass is greener in St. Louis

By Jeff Pearlman

Hockey

Old Reliables The Red Wings are again pinning their Stanley Cup hopes on a band of rejuvenated graybeard defensemen

By Michael Farber

Golf [bonus Piece]

Tunnel Vision

Tiger Woods has pared down his life so that he can focus—and he's dominating the game like no player before him

By S.L. Price

Jaws IV: Snack Time in Sydney

By Rick Reilly

Departments

Digging Themselves Out Minnesota's upstart women battled back twice to win the national title

By Ian Thomsen

Leading Off

Kayak Pack

By Mark Beech

First the Double, Then the Trouble CCNY won the NIT and NCAA crowns in 1950, a year before falling to scandal

By Marty Burns

Sgt. Bela's Boot Camp Olympic hopefuls get drilled at Bela Karolyi's Texas ranch

By Brian Cazeneuve

Letters

Parting the Waters With three world records, breaststroker Ed Moses was a commanding figure at the NCAAs

By Austin Murphy

Books Red Smith's heavenly writing, the Angels' hellish history and some glorious baseball photos

By Ron Fimrite

Daddy's Other Boys The writer never knew the beloved and successful coach who became his father

By Ivan Maisel

Scorecard Wacky Williamses--Hollywood Jackpo--Tyson Flick--Flag Flap

By Jack McCallum; S.L. Price; John Walters Edited by Jack McCallum

Faces in the Crowd