Phone It In
April 11, 2012
Yes, I have a crush on the 1960s Arnold Palmer. (Who doesn't?!) The King remains one of the coolest guyswho have ever played golf. Period.
I'm going to take a wild guess and say that Hunter Tucciois still a Tiger fan. I just have that inkling.
John Mansour'sphoto of Ben Hogan -- it's actually Hy Peskin's famous shot -- from Hogan's win at Merion in 1950 is a commendable use of a classic.
Cool. Fresh. Hot. Those are just three words I'd use to describe Jessy's Rickie Fowler wallpaper.
It's "a tradition unlike any other," so why not bring the Masters everywhere you go? Tyler Dominodoes.
I get giddy when I see young girls play golf. So Jason Musser'sphoto of his daughter striping the ball off the tee makes my heart melt. Look at the impact position!
Golf courses are beautiful. All of them. But Maurice Poe's snapshotof Half Moon Bay (he was standing on the 17th tee box) is a better-than-average view.
Golf is pain. Golf is anguish. It's something Adam Williamsreminds himself of all the time, obviously.
I knew someone had to have a wallpaper like this. You can thank Chris Sowersfor the lovely image of Natalie Gulbis.
I'm not sure if Hayden McKinnonis a fan of Vokey wedges or of Rory McIlroy. Either way, this is a sweet shot that reminds me that golf clubs are like jewelery.
The serenity in this image underscores why I love golf. Howard Riefssays it conjures memories of Sankaty Head. Great memories, I'm sure.
The 13th at Augusta National is one of the world's most photographed holes. Isaac Castillo has decided to carry it aroundwherever he goes. Smart man.
A Global Sport
I'm not sure what the Dutch words say or what the funky image means, but I do know that Floris Gijsbers' wallpaperis mighty snazzy.
Two Is Better Than One
Adorable (matching!) twins + Graeme McDowell = Must-stare-at-all-day photo..
This photo of Ben Hogan and Arnold Palmer does, as Sean points out, look like a scene out of Mad Men. The amount of swagger here is almost too much to handle. Almost.
Brent Small carries around this image of Magnolia Lane. Is there a more beautiful site in golf? I. Think. Not.
Rich Williamsis wise. This image of Tiger, who was getting in some early-morning practice during Masters week, would inspire anyone to spend hours at the local short-game practice area.