Ben Crane explores his wild side.
Photographed by Nathaniel Welch
Rory McIlroy is in top form on the 10th tee as his approach with a 6-iron lands within a foot of the cup.
Executing an awkward shot from the straw on No. 17 during the third round of the Masters,
Tiger Woods suffered injuries that would later sideline him for much of the year.
Ryann O'Toole photographed by Art Brewer.
Martin Kaymer and Ryo Ishikawa photographed by Walter Iooss Jr.
Charl Schwartzel birdied his four final holes to win his first green jacket.
On his 20th attempt at the claret jug Darren Clarke
"decided just to hit the bloody ball and let it happen."And it worked!
Nick Watney photographed by Guido Vitti.
Phil Mickelson struggled in the first round making a bogey here on No. 14 and chalking up a disappointing 74.
K.J. Choi was not able to keep pace with his playing partner Charl Schwartzel.
Sean Foley photographed by Eric Ogden.
Tintype photographs by Dan Winters.
Anthony Kim brought his game to Royal St. George's and finished T-5.
Dustin Johnson was the cover subject of our September Athletes Issue.
photographed by Nathaniel Welch.
photographed by Noah Sheldon.
A wild drive at Augusta National's 10th hole on Masters Sunday landed leader Rory McIlroy in uncharted territory from which he couldn't recover, his bid for a green jacket ending with an 80.
Camilo Villegas escapes from a bunker at Royal St. George's.
Greg Norman photographed by Ben Van Hook.
Arnold Palmer's last flight as a pilot
was from Palm Springs, CA to his hanger at the Orlando International Airport. He made the trip with 3 of his friends in 3 hours and 19 minutes aboard his Cessna Citation X jet. At 81, having chosen not to renew his pilot's license after decades in the sky enjoying his favorite avocation, Arnold Palmer touched down in his Cessna Citation X jet in Orlando after a flight from Palm Springs.
Photographed by Jensen Larson.
Luke Donald birdied his final hole to finish T-4.
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