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Golf Plus

The Week April 3-9

The Hole Story For David Duval and Phil Mickelson winning a major came down to pulling off the right shot at the right time at 16

By Gary Van Sickle

Where's The Party? For a lot of folks in Augusta, the flat economy took the fizz out of Masters week

By Michael Bamberger

Family Style Despite missing the cut, amateur James Driscoll had a week that he and his clan won't soon forget had a week that he and his clan won't soon forget

By Alan Shipnuck

Great Balls Of Fire The record-low cut at the Masters was only the latest example of how a hot trend in equipment has affected the Tour

By John Garrity

Ready, Set... The budget's a nightmare, but the design's a dream and finally all systems are go

By John Garrity

Notebook

By Jaime Diaz

My Shot Manning a scoreboard at the Masters was a thrill, but seeing my name on it was a bigger one

By Franklin Langham

Caddie Cam My busman's holiday in Augusta was a bargain

By Linn Strickler

Catching Up With...

Walt Frazier, Debonair Knick DECEMBER 8, 1969

By Josh Elliott

Si View

A Hall of an Opening Day A visit to baseball's treasures at Cooperstown brightens the promise of a season ahead

By Steve Rushin

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By Mark Bechtel

O.D.'d on OT

By Mark Bechtel

Tough Going Major League Baseball's website struggled through an error-plagued opening week

By John O'Keefe

The Masters

Four-Gone Conclusion With seeming inevitability, Tiger Woods rolled over the Masters field to complete an unprecedented feat-holding all four major titles at once

By Richard Hoffer

Stanley Cup Playoff Preview

Now or Never The pressure is on talent-rich Colorado, the NHL's best regular-season club, to win another Stanley Cup, or the Avalanche is likely to be dismantled

By Michael Farber

Baseball

Card Trick No Mac? No sweat, as rookie Albert Pujols led reshuffled St. Louis to a sweep of Arizona

By Tom Verducci

Boxing

Glam Rocked Prince Naseem Hamed's glitz was no match for the grit of Marco Antonio Barrera in their featherweight showdown

By Franz Lidz

Skiing

Last Run Ever-brash Bill Johnson thought he could regain his gold medal form at 41 and win back his wife. Then he crashed

By E.M. Swift

Soccer [bonus Piece]

A Good Man In Africa As coach and star of Liberia's national soccer team and as a benefactor to legions of his countrymen, George Weah is a rare ray of hope in a poor and violent place

By S.L. Price

Inside

Inside THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Stephen Cannella; David Sabino

Like a Rock Stricken with lupus in 1999, Tim Raines, 41, battled back to make the Expos

By Jeff Pearlman

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Ian Thomsen

The Wizard Of Hope Richard Hamilton is excelling in his new role as go-to guy in Washington

By Josh Elliott

Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Kostya Kennedy

In The Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Ain't It Grand!

By Rick Reilly

Departments

Settling The Score After two recent title-game losses, Boston College finally won another NCAA crown

By Kelley King

Coming Up Roses Point Given completed his Derby preps with a spectacular win at Santa Anita

By William Nack

Leading Off

Books The author is decisive, witty and positively brilliant. Just ask him

By Charles Hirshberg

A Piece Of His Mind Hristo Stoitchkov, a star from Bulgaria, holds nothing back from his Fire teammates

By Grant Wahl

Letters

Scorecard

By Jeffri Chadiha and Lester Munson Edited By Albert Kim and Mark Mravic

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Albert Kim and Mark Mravic