Happy Valentine's Day,\n\n XXOO\nWe can't send you red roses, but we can deliver more than a dozen of the best kisses in golf\nTiger Woods gets a victory kiss from Lindsey Vonn after he wins his singles match to clinch the Presidents Cup.\nSergio Garcia kisses his girlfriend and caddy Katharina Boehm as he wins the Thailand Golf Championship.\nMiguel Angel Jimenez kisses European team captain Jose Maria Olazaba at the Seve Trophy.\nPhil and Amy Mickelson celebrate on the 17th hole after the team of Mickelson/Bradley defeated the Els/de Jonge team in a Presidents Cup four-ball match.\nMatt Kuchar kisses his wife Sybi after winning the Memorial Tournament.\nKeegan Bradley hugs his girlfriend Jillian Stacey on the 15th green after the team of Mickelson/Bradley defeated the Day/DeLaet team at the Presidents Cup.\nRocco Mediate gets a kiss from his fiancé Jessica Somers after winning the Shaw Charity Classic.\nPhil Mickelson and his family pose with the claret cup.\nDustin Johnson\n\nPaulina Gretzky and D.J. are a celebrity couple that is\n\nheating up Instagram.\nTeam captain Fred Couples gets a kiss from his girlfriend Nadine Moze after the U.S. won the Presidents Cup.\nRickie Fowler\n\nFowler's first PGA Tour win earns him a kiss from then-girlfriend Alexandra Browne on the 18th green after he won a 3-way sudden death playoff in the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club.\nEuropean Ryder Cup Teammates\n\nSergio Garica plants a kiss on the head of Luke Donald as they bask in their Ryder Cup victory.\nMichelle Wie\n\nMichelle Wie vamps with a camel on the beach at the Jebel Ali Golf Resort and Spa prior to the 2012 Omega Dubai Ladies Masters.\nGraeme McDowell\n\nSavoring his breakthrough win in the 2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.\nDarren Clarke\n\nCapturing the Claret Jug at The 140th Open Championship at Royal St George's.\nBill Murray and D.A. Points\n\nBlowing air kisses to one another en route to their victory in the 2011 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.\nPaula Creamer\n\nThe LPGA star celebrates her first major championship, the 2010 U.S. Open, with her parents.\nByron Nelson and caddie George Gould\n\nIn search of luck before teeing off in the 1945 PGA Championship. It worked, as Nelson went on to beat Sammy Byrd, 4 and 1, to win the last of his five major titles.\nChristina Kim\n\nThe never-bashful LPGA player mugs for the crowd in the 2006 LPGA Championship.\nJohnny Miller\n\nMiller basks in his six-stroke win in the 1976 British Open.\nJohn and Paulette Daly\n\nDaly and ex-wife Paulette during happier times, celebrating John's unlikely win in the 1995 British Open.\nSergio Garcia\n\nGarcia's often-disobedient putter behaved itself in the 2008 Players Championship, the Spaniard's biggest win to date.\nArnold and Winnie Palmer\n\nPalmer takes solace after missing a putt that would have clinched the 1962 U.S. Open title at Oakmont. He went on to lose in a playoff the next day to Jack Nicklaus.\nPhil and Amy Mickelson\n\nAn emotional win in the 2010 Masters was capped by this embrace behind the scorer's hut. It was Amy's first appearance at a major since undergoing treatment for breast cancer.\nTom Watson\n\nThe five-time British Open champion takes time to savor what will likely be his final Open at St. Andrews.