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September 07, 2005

2005 PGA

Championship

TOURNAMENTS

6 Not So Fast Second-ranked Vijay Singh sent this message with his win at the Buick Open: Let's not anoint Tiger just yet BY CHRIS LEWIS

10 Follow the Birdie Little-known Jeong Jang of Korea withstood the pressure to win a Women's Open. Sound familiar? BY E.M. SWIFT

14 Day to Remember ... ... Or to forget. Allen Doyle came out of nowhere to catch the collapsing leaders at the U.S. Senior Open BY GARY VAN SICKLE

TEEING OFF

54 Stik Life and times on the PGA Tour

DEPARTMENTS

20 Pro Picks Not sold on Tiger, Phil is overanalyzing and Vijay can't putt. That leaves ...

26 Prepped Shaun Micheel hit The Shot. Then he hit the skids. Now he's back

31 Player Poll Would the U.S. Ryder Cup team be better off without Woods? And more

32 The Hole Story Aside from freaky 17, subtle changes will challenge the pros

35 The Best The game plan for a brute like Baltusrol? Bust the driver like John Daly

47 Fifteen Minutes Al Geiberger and his humble PB&J sandwiches started a trend

FEATURES

38 Good Company

While Baltusrol grabs the glory, four neighboring clubs with classic courses nearby primp for their close-ups--or not

BY ALAN SHIPNUCK

48 Odd Couple

Campbell and his wife, Amy Lepard, are opposites who have found an incongruous harmony

BY ALAN SHIPNUCK

COVER

FRED VUICH (BALTUSROL); DARREN CARROLL (CHAD AND AMY)

COLOR PHOTODAVID ALEXANDER/GETTY IMAGES (BALTUSROL) AUGUST 11-14, BALTUSROL GOLF CLUB, SPRINGFIELD, N.J. BIG FINISH The 545-yard 18th at Baltusrol. COLOR PHOTOROBERT BECK (CAMPBELL)   Campbell 

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)