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Golf Plus

Rough and Tumble This close to a win for the ages at the LPGA Championship, Beth Daniel was swallowed up by a tricky track and Se Ri Pak

By John Garrity

The First Families of Golf Every course architect is a branch on one of 35 design family trees. SI picked the best trees and the top 10 tracks from each

By Alan Shipnuck

The Week

By Gary Van Sickle, Jeff Silverman Edited By Alan Shipnuck

Duckwalking in Memphis It is a strange country, filled with opportunity, that produced Presley and Tyson and fish tanks for the car.

By Steve Rushin

Bottom Lines

By Sal Johnson Edited By Alan Shipnuck

Big Play Chris Smith got his first win with an assist from the golf gods on the 11th hole and a pair of stellar fairway bunker shots down the stretch

By Tom Patri Edited By Alan Shipnuck

You Gotta Pay the Price

By Cameron Morfit

Catching Up With...

Don Pepper and Cisco Carlos Hot Prospects MARCH 11, 1968

By Andrea Woo

NBA Finals

The Shaq Factor

How have Shaquille O'Neal and his size 22s led the Lakers' march to a third straight title? Let us count the ways

By Jack McCallum

World Cup

Pushovers No More Long dismissed as a soccer-deficient nation by many Europeans, the U.S. rose up to beat a world power, Portugal, and tie cohost South Korea

By Grant Wahl

Horse Racing

Beaten from The Start War Emblem's Triple Crown run ended in a stumble at Belmont's starting gate, clearing the way for 70-1 shot Sarava

By Tim Layden

Boxing

Lights Out Lennox Lewis lowered the boom--and dropped the curtain--on Mike Tyson's long-running carnival act

By Richard Hoffer

Stanley Cup Finals

Senior Class In a hard-fought battle for the ultimate prize, the Red Wings showed the upstart Hurricanes that nothing beats experience

By Michael Farber

Tennis

The Two and Only The French Open removed all doubt: Serena and Venus Williams are in a class by themselves

By L. Jon Wertheim

Baseball

Both Sides Now

By pitching inside as well as out, Atlanta's ageless Tom Glavine has regained his mound mastery

By Tom Verducci

Inside

Inside The Week in Sports

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

Inside Track And Field

Inside Track and Field

By Brian Cazeneuve

Unlike Mike

By Rick Reilly

Departments

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Letters

Scorecard

By Jamal Greene, Gene Menez, John O'Keefe Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy

Ralph Nader

By Ralph Nader, Jamal Greene Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy

Sports Beat

Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy