Golf Photo of the Day

1 of 43 Richard Drew/AP
Items seized from Ponzi-schemer Bernard Madoff were auctioned off Friday, including several sets of golf clubs.
2 of 43 Bob Martin/SI
The Masters is only 133 days away. It begins on April 8, 2010.
3 of 43 Stuart Franklin/Getty Images
Ball spotters lined up during the first round of the Omega Mission Hills World Cup in China on Thursday.
4 of 43 Stuart Franklin/Getty Images
Wild Guess: Ian Poulter, not Ross Fisher, picked out the team uniforms on Friday.
5 of 43 John Raoux/AP
November 28 — Aftermath of Tiger's AccidentState troopers were supposed to interview Tiger Woods on Saturday about his car accident, but they were told to come back on Sunday.
6 of 43 Stuart Franklin/Getty Images
Edoardo Molinari holed the winning putt, to give Italy their first World Cup title at Mission Hills.
7 of 43 Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Tiger Woods may be used to the media pressure surrounding his golf game, but the storm surrounding his recent car crash has reached even higher levels.
8 of 43 Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Tiger Woods celebrated a birdie during the 2009 U.S. Open at Bethpage.
9 of 43 Paul Casey
Paul Casey was hanging out in the locker room at Sherwood Country Club, where the Chevron World Challenge is being held this week, when he tweeted this photo.
10 of 43 Scott Halleran/Getty Images
Lorena Ochoa narrowly grabbed Player of the Year honors from Jiyai Shin, right, with a birdie on the final hole of the LPGA Tour Championship to win the title by one point. Shin had jokingly tried to steal the trophy from Ochoa, who has won it four times in a row now, during the LPGA's awards reception earlier in the week.
11 of 43 Alex Pajunas/AP
Last week, the Necanicum River rose over its banks in Seaside, Ore. and flooded the ninth hole at Seaside Golf Club.
12 of 43 Karl Jeffs/AP
Lee Westwood could barely hold on to the Harry Vardon trophy after winning the Dubai World Championship and Race to Dubai money title. Check out more great pictures of Westwood's win.
13 of 43 Miguel Tovar/AP
Lorena Ochoa hosted the Lorena Ochoa Invitational this week in Guadalajara, Mexico. She's engaged to 39-year-old Andres Conesa, the director general of Aeromexico airline, one of her sponsors.
14 of 43 Mark Dadswell/Getty Images
Tiger Woods put on a show down under, winning the Australian Masters by two shots.
15 of 43 Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images
Michelle Wie silenced critics on Sunday when she won her first LPGA Tour event in Mexico. She beat Paula Creamer by two strokes.
16 of 43 Pornchai Kittiwongsakul/AFP/Getty Images
Tussaud's Waxworks recently opened a new branch of their wax museums in Thailand, where a visitor posed with Tiger Woods.
17 of 43 Quinn Rooney/Getty Images
A local rakes out the green at the grassless Coober Pedy Golf Course in Australia. The "greens" are oiled to keep the sand from blowing away.
18 of 43 Lane Stewart/Sports Illustrated
This week Tom Watson got an exemption into the next five British Opens. Here's a look back at one of his more memorable Open wins: the 1977 British Open when he beat Jack Nicklaus in the Duel in the Sun.
19 of 43 Lonna Tucker
Travelin' Joe Passov knows a thing or two about golf courses in the Phoenix area — it's his home turf! He recently completed a guide to the best courses in Phoenix, and there are plenty of great pictures of his recommendations.
20 of 43 Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
Tiger Woods, his wife, Elin, and daughter, Sam, were on the sidelines for the Stanford-Cal game. Woods was inducted into the Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame during halftime.
21 of 43 Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Outside of the Isleworth community where Tiger Woods lives, security guards photographed radio personality Meredith Walusek holding a sign that read, "Tiger — They offered me $500,000 — I'm keeping my mouth shut!"
22 of 43 Reed Saxon/AP
Anthony Kim's expression seemed to sum up his round on Friday — he shot a two-over 74.
23 of 43 Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images
Padraig Harrington said after the first hole, his swing didn't feel right all day. "I must have got out of bed on the wrong side or something," Harrington said. "Something wasn't right today. I played great yesterday, played good the first day, played horrible today. Who know what will happen tomorrow?"
24 of 43 David Walberg from the MetLife Blimp
Sports Illustrated photographer David Walberg caught this plane flying over Doral Golf Resort earlier this year during the 2009 WGC-CA Championship. How? Walberg was taking a ride in the MetLife Blimp.
25 of 43 Robert Beck/SI
A shot from SI's Robert Beck on the Friday of the 2009 FBR Open.
26 of 43 Robert Beck/SI
A scene from the fairway during the 2009 WGC - Accenture Match Play.
27 of 43 Fred Vuich/SI
A spectator taped Tiger Woods on the practice green on the Monday of Masters week in 2009.
28 of 43 Darren Carroll/SI
The Mexican native during the Corona Championship in April of 2009.
29 of 43 Darren Carroll/SI
SI photographer Darren Carroll took this shot of Bernhard Langer during the 2009 Triton Financial Classic.
30 of 43 Jon Super/AP
Even though you can't see a face in this photo, it's not hard to identify this golfer.
31 of 43 Mary Altaffer/AP
Say good bye to bad memories from 2009! Tom Tompkins of the Times Square Alliance chose to shred Tiger Woods headlines in Times Square. Shredders were set up prior to New Years Eve.
32 of 43 Craig Golding/Getty Images
John Daly and his girlfriend made a matching statement this season, often appearing at tournaments in coordinated outfits.
33 of 43 Qamar Sibtain/India Today Group/Getty Images
Thailand's 10-year-old Puwit Anupansoebsai recently won category D of the Albatross International Junior Tournament, regularly hitting drives over 230 yards.
34 of 43 Edward Keating
In light of the recent Tiger Woods scandal, it remains to be seen if children will still look up to him as they once did.
35 of 43 Bill Frakes/SI
During a timeout at the Houston Texans/Jacksonville Jaguars football game Sunday, a blonde with a golf club chased a Tiger mascot wearing a red shirt and Nike hat.
36 of 43 John Raoux/AP
Dan Yates, director of marketing for Heath Central Hospital, spoke to the media Tuesday morning after it was reported Tiger Woods's mother-in-law, Barbro Holmberg, was treated and released due to stomach pains. Holmberg was transported to the hospital early Tuesday morning after a 911 call was made from Woods's home.
37 of 43 David Cannon/Getty Images
In Dubai for the Dubai Ladies Masters, Michelle Wie took a swing from the 'At the Top Burj Dubai' viewing platform. The platform is on the 124th floor on the world's tallest building Burj Dubai.
38 of 43 Grant Leversha/AP
Hunter Mahan and Nick Watney helped Miss America, Lisa-Marie Stephanie Kohrs, with her golf game during the Nedbank Golf Challenge pro-am last week.
39 of 43 Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images
Robert Allenby doesn't look too concerned, so it's probably safe to say this kangaroo crossing his path on the twelfth fairway during the Australian PGA is not making off with his golf ball.
40 of 43 Jeff Moffett/Icon SMI
The Kansas City Chiefs honored local golfer, and fan, Tom Watson, 59, in their pregame ceremonies Sunday. Watson was recognized for his career achievements, including a second place finish at this year's British Open. He received a plaque and framed Chiefs jersey.
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A billboard for Tiger Woods's new golf community the Cliffs is seen below a billboard for Motel 6 in Asheville, N.C.
42 of 43 Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images
How low can you go Robert Allenby? The Aussie showed us his best back bend as he waited for a putt to drop on the fifth hole at the Australian PGA, which he went on to win.
43 of 43 Robert Beck/SI
SI's Robert Beck took this picture of Tiger Woods during the WGC - Accenture Match Play.