Photos: The Most Iconic Poses In Golf\nStrike a pose! Tweet your reenactment of one of these classic images with the hashtag #mygolfpose and you could be featured on GolfDigest.com\n"Yes, sir!" Jack Nicklaus birdies No. 17 on his way to victory at the 1986 Masters.\nBen Hogan's famed 1-iron in the 1950 U.S. Open at Merion capped his remarkable comeback from a devastating injury.\nGreg Norman sinks to his knees after narrowly missing the hole with his chip shot on No. 15 in the final round of the 1996 Masters.\nTiger Woods's birdie on the 72nd hole at Torrey Pines forces a playoff against Rocco Mediate at the 2008 U.S. Open.\nJean Van de Velde finds the Barry Burn with his third shot on the final hole of the British Open at Carnoustie. Van de Velde's triple-bogey 7 dropped him into a playoff, eventually won by Paul Lawrie.\nSergio Garcia executes a scissor kick as he runs to see his shot after hitting from behind a tree at Medinah in the final round of the 1999 PGA Championship.\nPhil Mickelson jumps for joy as he wins the 2004 Masters.\nPayne Stewart captures the U.S. Open title at Pinehurst, 1999.\n\n Tweet us your version of any of these photos with the hashtag #mygolfpose.\nTiger Woods employs the "Tiger Twirl" at the 2013 Players.