At 6-foot-4, it's no surprise that D.J. can dunk a basketball, but we're more impressed with his ability to drive a golf ball out of sight.
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This ultra-fit Swede, who posed nude for ESPN's "Body Issue" in 2012 (pictured), reportedly spends up to eight hours a day working out. Makes you wonder when she works on her golf game.
3 of 10Ben Van Hook
Surfing helps keep this super-fit Aussie in shape and feeling good, mentally and physically.
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Tiger's workouts are legendary, though he actually drove it longer when his nickname was Urkel.
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One of the LPGA Tour's most photogenic players, Blair O'Neal's quickly building a cult following.
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Playing quarterback in the NFL keeps Tony Romo in good enough physical condition to maintain his scratch handicap.
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The original iron man, Gary Player is credited with proving that fitness is a key to playing world-class golf.
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Gulbis spends a lot of time in the gym and it shows. She even recently tweeted a series of photos from her morning yoga routine.
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Camilo's workout regimen and dedication to cycling are well documented. Unfortunately, his impressive physique didn't help him keep his PGA Tour card for the 2013 season.
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Another one of those fit Aussies, Norman says he still wears the same waist size pants today that he did in his prime.