Going To The Dogs\nLove 'em or hate 'em, these dogs are a part of the golf world\nIt's not half bad when you can bring your best friend to work! This dog works with the Assistant Superintendent at Whispering Willows, G.C.\nAt TPC Sugarloaf in Atlanta, Ga.\nTour player Mark Brooks with his practice partner during the 2004 BellSouth Classic.\nAt Carnoustie Golf Links in Angus, Scotland.\nBearded Collie, Meo, as Official Greeter for Uplands Heart Fund Tourney at Uplands Golf Cub, Victoria, BC.\nA pair of dogs wait to be chauffeured at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Calif.\nMy brother-in-law pitching on to the green at Iberostar Playa Paraiso Golf Club in Cancun as two wild (or at least stray) dogs look on.\n"I looked through your issues of Golf Digest and picked the articles I thought would help you."\nBlane Hodge practices his short game as Susie, his Labrador Retriever, sits in the bed of his truck on the intramural fields on the Clemson University campus.\nGetting ready for a day on the links: Wyatt (the Golden Retriever) and Stella (the Hovawart, a German breed) prepare their bags.\nLuck dog! Dennis Walters' pup Lucky on the Old Course's Swilcan Bridge at St. Andrews in Scotland.\nRory McIlroy pets a dog by the 14th green during the third round of the 2008 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.\nEddie, the dog from the television show Frasier, lines up a putt on the practice green of the National Golf Club of Kansas City.\nGroundskeeper Richard Torres and his dog, Spike, ford a flooded area during a suspension of play in the first round of the 2010 Puerto Rico Open.\nSuzann Pettersen hugs the golf club dog, Bogey, after the 2007 LPGA Longs Drugs Challenge at the Blackhawk Country Club.\nPaul McGinley and his dog, Febe, play at Sunningdale Golf Club.\nOur newest member!\nA well-heeled dog is looking elsewhere as Gene Sarazen, right, putts out on the last green and defeats Craig Wood, looking on at left, in a playoff during the 1935 Masters.\nDogs play in the water surrounding the 18th green during the third round of the 2009 Chevron World Challenge at Sherwood Country Club.\nJerry Bruner greets a Cocker spaniel dog in the crowd during the final round of the 2010 Scottish Senior Open.\nMark O'Meara holes his putt, watched by a dog, as Jeeve Milkha Singh and Arjun Atwal enjoy the moment on the 16th green during the 2008 Challenge Match, in the Indian Masters at the Delhi Golf Club.\nCristie Kerr is smitten with her puppy Bailey.\nMike Weir watches an uninvited dog on the 13th hole during the 2007 Hong Kong Open.\nBunker, the course superintendent's dog at Rich Harvest Farms, wears his credential after a practice round for the 2009 Solheim Cup.\nPresident George H. Bush carries his golf clubs as he makes his way down a fairway with one of the Bush family dogs at the Cape Arundel Golf Course.\nAmy Alcott poses with her dogs during the 1999 Nabisco Dinah Shore Classic at the Mission Hills Country Club.\nA stray dog runs near Adam Scott as he is preparing to hit the ball on the 5th fairway during the second round of the 2008 HSBC Champions.\nComedian George Lopez runs with a golden retriever to fetch his golf ball on the 16th hole during the third round of the 2005 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.\nMarcel Siem looks to play his shot lefthanded as a dog watches him on the 12th hole during the second round of the 2004 Majorca Classic.\nMichelle Wie makes a striking profile with her Pomeranian, Lola.\nNice hat Lola!! #masters\nLuckily this ball was not being used by any players competing in the 2005 Dunhill Links Championships.\nThe Hackers Paradise mascot Ellie running through the hallway with her favorite toy, a penguin headcover.\nThink Vijay plays all the time? You should meet his German Shepherds. Here he is with three of his six dogs near his Florida home.