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Krank takes longer-is-better approach to clubmaking

Krank Golf designs drivers with long driving competitions in mind and will be a common sight at the Re/Max World Long Drive Championship Nov. 4.

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Breathe properly, maintain posture for lower scores

At the World Golf Fitness Summit, a presentation was made Tuesday on the best techniques for breathing and posture. The implication was that individuals play better golf and shoot lower scores with correct breathing and posture.

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Knutzon's Asian odyssey continues in Malaysia

Beautiful thing, this global golf. You canít quite make it over to the PGA Tour, just hang tight in your Asian surrounds and guess what? The PGA Tour will come to you.

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Nike Vapor Pro Combo irons

With Tiger, Rory and Jimmy Fallon on stage, the company releases the Vapor Pro Blades, Pro Combo and Speed irons.

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Faxon among key speakers at Fitness Summit

The World Golf Fitness Summit has attracted an impressive contingent of players and golf instructors as well as trainers and fitness professionals ever since it debuted in 2006.

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TaylorMade hires longtime club designer Clay Long

TaylorMade Golf hired longtime club designer Clay Long, who will concentrate on the development of wedges and putters.

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Channeling Gilmore: Powers' move all about fitness

Itís the new golf, and itís all about power and speed. The fastest swingers arenít worried about traditional golf swings.Itís the new golf, and itís all about power and speed. The fastest swingers arenít worried about traditional golf swings.

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Recap: Streb wins McGladrey Classic in playoff

Robert Streb won his first PGA Tour event at the 2014 McGladrey Classic, beating out Brendon de Jonge and Will MacKenzie in a three-way sudden-death playoff.

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Tracker: Svoboda, MacKenzie lead at McGladrey

Russell Henley carded a 7-under 63 Friday at the McGladrey Classic to take a one-shot lead entering Saturday's third round at Sea Island Golf Club. Follow the third-round action now!

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Klein-Gille's goal: rebuild Tulsa women's golf

Former Arizona State star and LPGA Tour winner Emilee Klein-Gille turns her focus to the Tulsa women's golf program, which she hopes to restore to its past glory.

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Sinnott leads Asia-Pacific Am at Royal Melbourne

Todd Sinnott of Australia leads the Asia-Pacific Amateur after a calculated 5-under 67 on Thursday at Royal Melbourneís Composite Course in Melbourne, Australia.

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For Chris Kirk, it's time for a major move

Chris Kirk is coming off the season of his life, having won not once, but twice in 2013-14, including the McGladrey Classic, which heíll try to defend beginning Thursday not far from his former home in Sea Island.

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Notes: Scott calls on veteran caddie, Dufner returns

Familiar faces returned to the Tour as caddies this week, Jason Dufner is returning to competition and Kevin Streelman is still making birdies.

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Ringler: NCAA match play could level playing field

With the arrival of match play to determine the NCAA womenís team winner this spring, the door swings open to more potential champions.

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In this issue: Oct. 24, 2014

Inside the Oct. 24, 2014 issue of Golfweek.

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Poulter uses Twitter to unveil switch to Titleist

Ian Poulter has announced a new equipment allegiance. Days after splitting with Cobra-Puma Golf, Poulter used Twitter on Tuesday to announce that we will be a Titleist and FootJoy staff player for the 2015 season.

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Greens and Gridirons: Georgia, UGA Golf Course

Golf wedges its way into the Athens, Ga., scene amid music and foodie scenes -- even on fall weekends when rabid Bulldogs fans and UGA alums focus on a rich football tradition.

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McIlroy to take time off, prep for Horizon trial

As part of an ongoing dispute with Dublin-based Horizon Sports Management, Rory McIlroy announced Monday he will take a break from competitive golf.

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Shotvision: J.B. Holmes' power drives

Brian Mogg of the Waldorf Astoria Orlando Golf Academy, takes us through PGA Tour player J.B. Holmes' golf swing with Shotvision, available for the iPhone. Golfweek is proud to announce a new partnership with ShotVision, a company dedicated to bringing you authentic swing instruction from a handful of golf stars. We are kicking off our partnership with a month-long series with J.B. Holmes and the secrets behind his driving prowess. We will also be displaying tips with Se Ri Pak, Brad Faxon and Orlando-based instructor, Brian Mogg. ShotVision offers you the opportunity to download these swing sequences via the app store, in a paid version and a free version. If you'd like the paid app, visit: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jb-holmes-shotvision-golf/id444574525?mt=8 For the free version, visit: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/shotvision-golf/id432406808?mt=8

Off Campus: Teams Heading Down

Even though the college season is in full swing, there are a few schools we know of that will need coaches by seasonís end. Bob Livingstone is retiring at Long Beach State, and any front-runners have yet to be named for the job. Assistant coaches, get your resumes together because this can be a good job for a young go-getter. If the administration steps up and provides more support, the position will be that much better. On the womenís side, Bill Dicus will become the full-time menís coach at Appalachian State, and the search is on for a full-time womenís coach. Athletics Director Charlie Cobb feels in order to have more success in their conference, one head coach for each team is the way to go. Two good jobs await for a couple of young coaches looking to get their start in Division I golf. - Lance

Off Campus: Moving to Iowa

Even though the college season is in full swing, there are a few schools we know of that will need coaches by seasonís end. Bob Livingstone is retiring at Long Beach State, and any front-runners have yet to be named for the job. Assistant coaches, get your resumes together because this can be a good job for a young go-getter. If the administration steps up and provides more support, the position will be that much better. On the womenís side, Bill Dicus will become the full-time menís coach at Appalachian State, and the search is on for a full-time womenís coach. Athletics Director Charlie Cobb feels in order to have more success in their conference, one head coach for each team is the way to go. Two good jobs await for a couple of young coaches looking to get their start in Division I golf. - Lance