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Golf Plus

The Week July 3-9

He's Got a Shot Scott Hoch, the last man you'd expect to take the British Open, moved into the ranks of the contenders with his Western win

By Alan Shipnuck

The Village People The World Golf Village has been slow to get off the ground but quick to get on the natives' nerves

By Michael Bamberger

Taking Shape For the designers, building a green is part art, part science, and all fun

By John Garrity

Notebook

By Gary Van Sickle; Tom Cunneff

My Shot I lost a brother, and golf lost one of its true ambassadors, when Lewie died

By Nick Price

Si View

War and Remembrance Joe DiMaggio's fabled hitting streak was the segue to heroism of a different sort

By Steve Rushin

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By Chris Ballard

Cool Jerks A vigilant website has made a contest of athletes' outrages and offenses, legal and otherwise

By John O'Keefe

Foot Dragging

By Chris Ballard

Tennis

A Wild Ride In a wacky fortnight, wild card Goran Ivanisevic charged to his first Wimbledon title, and Venus Williams cruised to her second

By S.L. Price

Pro Basketball

Wiz Kid In 19-year-old Kwame Brown, Wizards boss Michael Jordan may have drafted a player whose competitive fire rivals his own

By Ian Thomsen

Baseball Midseason Report

Bottoms Up In a first half full of surprises, none has been more shocking than the rise of the Cubs, Phillies and Twins to the top of their divisions

By Tom Verducci

Bigger And Better Twenty pounds of new muscle and a smoother swing have transformed Seattle's Bret Boone from a baseball-family curiosity into the AL's most potent RBI machine

By Richard Hoffer

Clean Start Considered washed up by the lowly Devil Rays, John Burkett has reinvented himself as an ace in Atlanta

By Tom Verducci

Who'da Thunk It? Ichiro who? Rocker went where? A look at some of the most amazing developments in a stunning summer

By Stephen Cannella

Pro Football

When there's a job to do, former linebacker Matt Millen doesn't hesitate to jump in and get his hands dirty, but this novice NFL executive has his work cut out for him in trying to turn the Detroit Lions into champions

By Peter King

Inside

Inside The Week in Sports

Inside Olympics

Inside Olympics

By Brian Cazeneuve

Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Kostya Kennedy

In The Crease

By Kostya Kennedy and Michael Farber

Inside Motor Sports

Inside Motor Sports

By Mark Bechtel

At Sea No More CART's Memo Gidley grew up on a boat but has found a home in race cars

By Mark Bechtel

Disadvantage, Women

By Rick Reilly

Departments

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Letters

Scorecard

By Richard Hoffer; Phil Taylor; John Garrity Edited by Albert Kim and Mark Mravic

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Albert Kim and Mark Mravic