Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus
Four decades ago, when Arnie Frankel lost his swing, he found it again by putting his faith in the surprisingly simple teachings of Ernest Jones. Frankel has been spreading the word ever since
My Shot
Take it from me and Lanny: Vijay Singh will never succeed if he keeps hitting driver
Left Is All Right
Everything from staircases to scissors gives the advantage to the dextral. So in a world designed with the right hand in mind, why is it that so many lefties are great athletes?
SI Players
NBA Playoffs
Let's Get Physical
To advance in the postseason, a team's stars must shine, but the critical difference is often made by the players who wreak the most havoc
Dominance In Disguise
That shy smile you see? Don't be fooled. The remarkable and relentless Annika Sorenstam is taking aim at a record sixth straight tour victory--and at every other LPGA mark
Big Fish
The Marlins' powerful pitching trio of Dontrelle Willis, Josh Beckett and A.J. Burnett is blowing through the early schedule. If all three can keep it going, the National League should be very afraid
Horse Racing
Inside Baseball
End of an Era?
With many of the game's top closers struggling or nursing injuries, teams are getting saves from unlikely sources
Inside Motor Sports
Sweet 16
Greg Biffle's no young gun, but at 35 he has the talent--and, finally, the car--to make a run at the Nextel Cup title
Ageless Wonder
A tweener who didn't fit the NFL mold, Darryl Hammond has spent a record 15 years as a star in the Arena league
Hoops Diplomacy
Two brothers from D.C. run Playing for Peace, using basketball to unite youths in nations torn by prejudice
Big Bucks
Thanks in no small part to its beefy superstars, professional bullriding (don't call it rodeo!) is following NASCAR all the way to the bank
He's the Boss
It took two embarrassing international performances, but USA Basketball finally realized it needs one man running the show