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    Chris Lewis began covering golf at the dawn of the Tiger Era, and has contributed to all the game’s major US publications. Most recently he worked (to the tune of 20 to 25 PGA Tour events per year) as a golf correspondent for Sports Illustrated. He has also written on sports, business, art, film, and music for publications as diverse as Wired, Spin, Art in America, and The Wall Street Journal. A New York native, he now lives in Atlanta. His late, lamented SI.com column twice received honors from the Golf Writers Association of America.

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    Jim Gorant's Fanatic: 10 Things All Sports Fans Should Do Before They Die. A year's worth of mint juleps at the Derby, pimento cheese sandwiches at the Masters, and t-shirt flashes at Daytona.
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    Alan Shipnuck's Bud, Sweat and Tees. Classic tale of tour pro carousing and accidental glory.
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    Geoff Shackelford's The Future of Golf. A candid, uncompromised look at where golf is going, and how to reroute it. Essential reading.

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February 23, 2008

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Steve Wozeniak

When she first came out her swing was PERFECT it has been transformed to a horrible bunch of angles. The sad thing is the guy who did it does not know how to fix it. She could be good for the game and fixed in no time with the correct information. Steve Wozeniak PGA Director of Instruction Bellevue/Lake Spanaway Golf Courses www.stevewozeniak.com

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