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June 10, 2003 Table Of Contents

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More To Come

By James P. Herre/Editor, Golf Plus

Golf Plus

Peaks And Valleys

Double Standard Back-to-back winner Kenny Perry is the perfect symbol for a PGA Tour season in which the unexpected has been routine

By Gary Van Sickle

PGA Tour Where We Are They don't get mad, they get even. After a record 18 players earned their first win in 2002, the Tour's veterans have reasserted themselves, led by some of the game's biggest stars

By Gary Van Sickle

LPGA Tour Where We Are A trip to the PGA Tour made Annika Sorenstam a crossover star, but her time away from the LPGA allowed a host of others to shine, though the Americans continue to play a supporting role

By Yi-Wyn Yen

European Tour Where We Are This season has confirmed that the game's top young talent is in Europe, even as the action has been overshadowed by a controversial icon of the tour's past, Seve Ballesteros

By Farrell Evans

Champions Tour Where We Are The seniors have a new name, but their old challenges endure as the tour searches for charismatic stars--or even a dominant player

By Yi-Wyn Yen

Second To None A longtime Chicagoan takes stock of the local golf scene, and his own tortured history with the game

By Rick Telander

The Week

By Alan Shipnuck

Big Play Kenny Perry's homemade swing carried him to a second straight victory, and it was a typically smooth eight-iron that iced the Memorial

By Mark Wood

Tour Tracks Toughened

By Alan Shipnuck

Coming Up

By Sal Johnson

My Shot Playing for the Stanley Cup is a thrill, but I'm looking ahead to my buddy Weirsy's Grand Slam

By Adam Oates

Dear Jack...

By Alan Shipnuck

U.S. Open Preview

Urban Legend At Chicago's venerable Jackson Park, golfers take a brash approach to ruts, bare greens--and each other

By Jeff Silverman

Sergio's Switch

By Robert Baker; Mitchell Spearman; Ron Gring; John Elliott Jr.; Jim Suttie; Michael Hebron

The Ace Of The Future Never heard of Chad Campbell? His fellow Tour players have. In fact, they think he could be a major force

By John Garrity

My So-Called Slump The author imagines how Tiger Woods, using his favorite medium, would respond to his harshest critics

By Michael Bamberger

Balancing Act Can Ricky Barnes, the amateur who upstaged Tiger at the Masters, deal with his new fame?

By Josh Elliott

The Greatest Year Ever Ben Hogan won the second major of 1953 despite trouble at home, bad press and the complaints of other players

By Curt Sampson

Roaring '90s U.S. Open Quiz How well do you remember last decade's national championships?

By Gary Van Sickle