Golf Photo of the Day

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Edoardo Molinari, Matteo Manassero and Francesco Molinari, who are all playing in this week's Omega Dubai Desert Classic, showed their Italian pride Tuesday. The three young Italians will next be together for the 2010 Masters.
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South African Keith Horne got down low to play this shot under a bush on the 14th hole.
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Michelle Wie, Christina Kim and Natalie Gulbis strike a pose during their visit to the nation's capital with the winning U.S. Solheim Cup.
4 of 26 Angus Murray
Rory Sabbatini posed in this fun shot for Golf Magazine photographer Angus Murray. This and several other portraits accompany an interview with the golfer, who shot a 10-under 63 at last week's SBS Championship, in the February issue of the magazine.
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Greenskeepers at Castle Royle Golf Club in the United Kingdom created a six hole course for snow play.
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Several dancers performed before the start of the SBS Championship Thursday at Kapalua.
7 of 26 Courtesy of Dennis Bower
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8 of 26 Eric Risberg/AP
Defending champion Geoff Ogilvy, center, putted on the third green during the Wednesday practice round at the SBS Championship.
9 of 26 Kapalua Resort
The Kapalua Resort tweeted this shot of the Plantation Course early Tuesday morning during the second day of practice rounds at the SBS Championship.
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Adam Scott watched his tennis player girlfriend, Ana Ivanovic, in her match at the Brisbane International tennis tournament.
11 of 26 Pat Sullivan/AP
A golf course in Mansfield, Texas was coated in the white stuff as much of the country experienced colder-than-usual conditions.
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During the First Family's holiday vacation to Hawaii, President Barack Obama played several rounds of golf, including this one at Mid Pacific Country Club in Kailua.
13 of 26 Marco Garcia/AP
John Daly was the talk of the tournament in Hawaii -- and for the first time in a while it had nothing to do with his choice of pants. He opted to play 24-year-old wedges with square grooves, allowed due to a loophole in the new groove rules.
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Ryan Palmer reacts to an eagle chip that came up six inches short on the final hole of the tournament. He went on to win with a birdie.
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This shot is from the par-3 challenge match at the preview for the 2010 Omega Dubai Classic in Dubai on Tuesday.
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Lefty may be embroiled in wedge controversy, but that didn't stop the fans from going wild for him at Torrey Pines.
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A course marshal holds up the quiet sign during the second round at Torrey Pines.
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That's how many Phil Mickelson needed on Thursday at the Farmers Insurance Open.
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During the Farmers Insurance Open, Ryan Palmer lost his ball in a tree.
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Bubba Watson during the Monday finish of the Bob Hope Classic.
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It seems Alice Cooper is taking his fashion cues from John Daly these days. Cooper sported Daly's now-trademark Loudmouth pants last week at the Bob Hope Classic.
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Othman Al Mulla of Saudi Arabia at the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship.
23 of 26 Matt York/AP
Only a flock of ducks was found walking the course at the Bob Hope Classic Thursday. The tournament was postponed due to heavy rains.
24 of 26 Matt York/AP
Actor Kurt Russell is one of the many celebrities participating in this week's PGA Tour event.
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Ian Poulter and several pros at this week's Abu Dhabi Golf Championship got their pictures taken with a falcon in front of the clubhouse at the Abu Dhabi Golf Club.
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Teen phenom Ryo Ishikawa gave Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama a few pointers. Ishikawa received Japan's professional sports athlete award.