Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus
BOOK REVIEW
Overshadowed by Bobby Jones then and now, the Haig gets some well-deserved, if shallow, love in a new biography
Monday Massacre
The golf can get ugly on the day after the Masters, when some fortunate representatives of the Fourth Estate get to play Augusta National
FEEDING FRENZY
Vijay Singh has a Masters tradition like no other--he feasts on meals prepared by his friends Charlie and Nan Niyomkul. Now the rest of the golf world is digging in too
My Shot
I'll always treasure the memories of the golfing life I shared with Gram
Catching Up With
Air and Space
SI Players
That Touch of Pink
The Red Sox already had will and grace; they needed pedicures, facials and a good back waxing. How Queer Eye set the world champs straight
Final Four
PARTY CRASHERS
In just a few short years, Joanne P. McCallie has transformed the Michigan State women from also-rans into national title contenders
SI'S 2006 TOP 10
Here's our extremely early projection of the teams who are likely front-runners in the race to next year's Final Four in Indianapolis
Baseball
Opening Night Jitters
In the glare of a never-ending steroid story and the hype of the game's greatest rivalry, the Yankees routed the Red Sox to start a season that's already proved to be unlike any other
Frozen Four Preview
Pro Basketball
Inside
Inside Tennis
Comeback Kim
After a year of injury and personal turmoil, the resurgent Kim Clijsters is the hottest player in the women's game
Inside the NBA
Homework
The first assignment for new Cavs owner Dan Gilbert is to make sure LeBron James doesn't fly the coop
College Football
Fixing a Leak
Florida's new coach goes to work on Chris Leak, showing the gifted passer how to command his complex attack
LIFE OF REILLY
Departments
Project Greenlighted
After three years in development on Indiana's bench, Charlotte's Primoz Brezec has been a surprise hit of the season
Going Full Throttle
Hot off his first win in the 250-cc series, James (Bubba) Stewart is destined to change the face of supercross
Past Imperfect
After more than two decades in baseball, Wally Backman landed his dream job: manager of a major league club. That's when his life came crashing down
Steroids R Us
We're not here to talk about the past, but have you noticed that the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat aren't what unite the wide world of sports anymore?