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June 14, 2005 Table Of Contents

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2005 U.S. Open

Prepped for Pinehurst

Tim Herron opens up on his plans for championship week and much more

By Kevin Cook

Who's Next?

A New No. 2



The big guns were out in force, and they all took a hit from journeyman Bart Bryant

By Chris Lewis



By Gary Van Sickle


Grand Dame

After her fifth win of the season, Annika Sorenstam had eyes only for the second leg of the Grand Slam

By Franz Lidz


After a string of near misses, Tom Jenkins finally hit the mark with a playoff victory

By John Garrity


2005 U.S. Open

PGA Tour

Player Poll


Near Miss

Jacky Cupit held his own against a pair of future Hall of Famers at the '63 U.S. Open, until disaster struck on the penultimate hole

By John Garrity

Final 9 Foozles

By Sal John


Road Trip

Crazy Eight

Golf heaven? Try a round on every course at Pinehurst with three friends in four days

By Alan Shipnuck


Poster Child

Donald Ross

My Dinner Donald

Fifty-seven years after his death, Donald Ross returned to his beloved Pinehurst to discuss what's happened to No. 2, the pain of having one of your courses called a monster and this absurd ban on smoking

By John Garrity

Round Table

State of the Game

SI's panel of experts discusses the bone-dry '04 Open and a host of other hot

By Moderated by Jeff Silverman


Change of Course

Andy Miller made the cut at the 2002 U.S. Open, but his deep commitment to the Mormon faith means, at 27, he may never play another round as a pro golfer

By John Garrity

Teeing Off

Stik: Life and Times on the PGA Tour

By Chris Eliopoulos, Writer