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WIZARDS OF WAPPOO
With more than 100 significant amateur championships to their credit, five generations of the Fords of Charleston have been to Carolina Lowcountry golf what the Wallendas have been to the high wire
My Shot
If you think the ball flies too far, here's a way the problem might be fixed
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FORD FAMILY TREE
Although Frank C. Ford Sr. was the progenitor of four generations of accomplished golfers, his mother, Anne (Sissie) Gaillard Hanahan Ford, was the family's oldest champion, and his wife, Elizabeth (Betsy) Coker Ford, taught their sons the fundamentals of the game. Here's an accounting of the family's many championships.
LETTERS
Air and Space
SI Players
Raptor For a Day
On assignment for SI, a novelist got a crash course in the NBA
Pro Basketball
The Big Question
Everyone is asking if freewheeling Phoenix, league leader in points and victories, can win in the playoffs. Recent history, and a lot of experts, say no. Then again. . .
He's the Key. Just Ask Him
When Miami needs a locker room boost or late-game trey, it can count on Damon Jones, who seldom lets his game do the talking
Uttered Nonsense
In the heat of the playoffs, there's no telling what players will say--or how often their quotes will come back to haunt them
Baseball
The Vote Is In
And it's a resounding yea as Washington, D.C., falls in love with the Nationals, who are likely to succeed where the Senators twice failed
Pro Football
What's His Game?
The most intriguing prospect in a confounding draft is Matt Jones, a college quarterback with size and speed who might line up at wideout, tight end or H-back. Consider the possibilities
Dr. Z's Mock First Round
You hear it everywhere: "Hardest draft I've ever tried to figure out," says Texans general manager Charley Casserly. Part of the problem is that there aren't any franchise players. (*projected trade)
College Football
Charlie In Charge
A graduate of the Parcells-Belichick school of no-nonsense football, Notre Dame alum Charlie Weis is the latest coach called upon to put the fight back in the Fighting Irish
Get On The Stick
A longtime niche sport, lacrosse is the fastest-growing game in the U.S. at every level. The appeal? It's a neat composite of other sports, it's fast, it's easy to learn. And it's cool
Inside
Inside Baseball
Curtain Call
Led by a dominant Pedro Martinez, the Mets erase an 0--5 start and show up the critics with six straight victories
Inside Horse Racing
Track Meet
Todd Pletcher and Nick Zito took different routes to the Derby, but both will arrive with strong contenders
LIFE OF REILLY
Departments
Team Spirit
Is an English soccer stadium haunted? It wouldn't be the first time players felt spooked
The Creator
In researching a book on steroids, the author came face-to-face with the man reputed to be the driving force behind "the clear," the drug at the center of the BALCO case
Back in Action
After being wounded in Iraq, a former Army lacrosse star returns to the field

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