The Year In Pictures\nThe best images from Golf Digest and Golf World photographers from 2013\n\nClick the "ENLARGE" button to enjoy\nAdam Scott sinks a birdie putt on the final hole of regulation at the Masters. Scott would win with another birdie on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff.\nTiger Woods takes his infamous drop after his third shot on No. 15 in the second round of the Masters hit off the flagstick and rolled into the pond guarding the green.\nPhil Mickelson takes a moment to study his surroundings during the first round of the British Open at Muirfield. Three days later he claimed his first claret jug.\nLuke Donald tees off on No. 13 during the third round of the U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club.\nThorbjorn Olesen experiences Merion's thick rough during the first round of the U.S. Open.\nJason Day tees off on No. 17 during the third round of the Masters.\nPhil Mickelson hits his second shot from an usual spot on Oak Hill's No. 13 during the first round of the PGA Championship.\nTiger Woods hits a tee shot during the second round of the PGA Championship.\nAngel Cabrera tosses his club in frustration on Augusta's 13th hole during the final round of the Masters.\nInbee Park hits an approach shot in the final round of the U.S. Women's Open Championship at Sebonack Golf Club on her way to winning a third straight major.\nJason Dufner tees off on No. 14 during the final round of the PGA Championship. Dufner would hold off playing partner Jim Furyk to claim his first major championship.\nTiger Woods follows his shot off the 18th tee during the final round of the Players. A closing par gave him his biggest win during a season in which he claimed an 11th PGA Tour Player of the Year Award.\nAdam Scott birdies August National's No. 10, the second hole of a sudden-death playoff against Angel Cabrera, to win the Masters.\nJustin Rose takes his second shot on No. 18 during the final round of the U.S. Open. His closing par wrapped up his first major championship.\nArnold Palmer hits his ceremonial opening tee shot straight down the fairway to start off the Masters.