93 incredible photos from 2017 you’ve never seen before

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In January, Tiger Woods made his first official PGA Tour start in more than a year at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.
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Woods putts during the second round at Torrey Pines.
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It would be his last appearance in an official PGA Tour event in 2017.
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Woods's golf bag on the turf at the Farmers Insurance Open.
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Jason Day hits a shot during the Farmers Insurance Open. Day played alongside Woods in the first two rounds.
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With the Pacific as his backdrop, Jason Day plays away at Torrey Pines.
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Tiger Woods hits a tee shot surrounded by fans at the Farmers Insurance Open.
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In one of the biggest stories of the year, Lexi Thompson was charged four penalty strokes when leading the final round of the ANA Inspiration for a violation from the day before. She would lose the tournament in a playoff.
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The young American star showed incredible poise after the event while fighting back tears, even signing an autograph for a volunteer.
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Sergio Garcia won the Masters in April in a sudden-death playoff.
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Garcia defeated Justin Rose in a playoff to win. Here he celebrates a momentum-turning eagle on the par-5 15th hole on Sunday.
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The win was Garcia's first major championship victory.
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An official holds Garcia's green jacket before the awards ceremony.
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Justin Rose on the 17th hole during the third round of the Masters.
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Garcia arrives at the green jacket ceremony.
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A volunteer rakes a bunker during the final round of the Masters.
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Spectators await the drama near the 18th hole on Sunday at Augusta National.
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Garcia's then-fiancee Angela Akins runs onto the green to greet him after his victory.
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Months later the pair celebrated their wedding.
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Brooks Koepka won the U.S. Open at Erin Hills in June.
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Spectators packed the grandstands at Erin Hills to watch the event.
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The flag on the 18th green honored Arnold Palmer and his 1960 U.S. Open victory at Cherry Hills.
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Brian Harman plays a shot at Erin Hills with one of the course's few trees looming over him.
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Rickie Fowler tries to will his ball into the hole after a chip shot at the U.S. Open.
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Koepka on the 18th green during the final round.
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A member of the operations team peeks out from beneath the grandstands during the U.S. Open.
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A plane flies over the U.S. Open carrying a banner that reads: "USGA/LPGA: TAKE A MULLIGAN. DUMP TRUMP".
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Another view of the plane at the U.S. Open.
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A volunteer changes the leaderboard near the 18th hole.
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The lead-up to the 2017 U.S. Women's Open was full of controversy, thanks to the fact that it was held at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. The president himself attended the event watching from an enclosed viewing area, and protesters met him at the course.
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Despite the distraction, it turned out to be a great event won by Sung Hyun Park, who went on to win Rookie of the Year while sharing Player of the Year honors.
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Park with the U.S. Women's Open trophy.
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The Open Championship traveled to England's Royal Birkdale Golf Club in July.
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Jordan Spieth won the event, capturing his first Claret Jug and third career major title.
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Spieth and the rest of the competitors battled through tough weather conditions in the second round.
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Despite leading by three shots heading into the final round, Spieth needed some heroics to win.
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Spieth's saga on the 13th hole, where he hit a recovery shot from the driving range, instantly became Open lore.
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Matt Kuchar fought Spieth valiantly throughout Sunday's final round, nearly stealing the title from Jordan's hands.
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Kuchar's wife and kids flew in from the U.S. and surprised him on the final green following his heartbreaking loss.
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A tournament volunteer during Round 2 at Royal Birkdale.
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Joost Luiten played from a tough spot in one of Birkdale's pot bunkers.
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Brooks Koepka hits a shot from the rough during the third round of the Open.
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Spieth strolls through the crowd on Sunday at Birkdale.
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Spieth navigates a tricky greenside lie flanked by fans during the final round.
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Spieth's third major win also marked the third leg toward a career grand slam.
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Justin Thomas won the 2017 PGA Championship to become the third player to win his first major in 2017.
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Quail Hollow Club in North Carolina hosted the PGA for the first time.
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The Wanamaker Trophy sits on its pedestal during the final round.
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Jordan Spieth entered the PGA with a chance to become the youngest player ever to win the career grand slam.
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Spieth failed to keep pace with the leaders, finishing T28, 10 shots behind Thomas.
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Spieth during the second round.
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Spectators' reflections as seen in a pond at Quail Hollow.
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Spectators' reflections in full color.
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A blimp soars overhead during the PGA Championship.
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Thomas and playing partner Hideki Matusyama during the final round.
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Hideki Matsuyama plays out of the rough during the final round.
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Bubba Watson blasts out of a bunker during the second round.
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Jordan Spieth talks with the caddie Michael Greller.
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Spieth during the third round.
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Brooks Koepka hits an iron shot during the PGA.
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Grayson Murray hits an awkward shot at Quail Hollow.
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Thomas teeing off, as seen through the trees.
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Thomas smacks a drive.
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Two volunteers carry the Wanamaker's pedestal during the final round.
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Thomas would go on to be named Player of the Year thanks in large part to his win at the PGA.
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The U.S. team beat Team Europe 16.5-11.5 to claim the Cup for the tenth time.
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Michelle Wie teamed up with Danielle Kang during the event.
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Friends Wie and Kang dance on the tee prior to the start of Saturday foursomes matches.
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Longtime LPGA veteran Cristie Kerr won twice in 2017, the second of which (at the SIme Darby LPGA Malaysia) was her 20th-career LPGA victory.
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Former World No. 1 Stacy Lewis captured her first victory in over three years at the LPGA Portland Classic in September. A Houston resident, Lewis announced before the event began that she would donate all of her winnings to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
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Lewis celebrated the end of the long drought with caddie Travis Wilson.
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The 2017 Presidents Cup was held at Liberty National near New York City. The World Trade Center is visible from the New Jersey club.
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The U.S. Team dominated the matches and reclaimed the Presidents Cup trophy.
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Tiger Woods was a vice captain for the American side, and his presence was felt all week.
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President Donald Trump attended on Sunday and posed with the victorious U.S. team at the conclusion of the event.
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Charley Hoffman celebrates with playing partner Kevin Chappell and their caddies after holing a chip shot on the 17th hole during the third day at Liberty National.
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Phil Mickeson plays a shot during Sunday singles matches as spectators take photos with their phones.
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Daniel Berger lines up a putt while President Trump's helicopter flies over the Manhattan skyline.
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U.S. fans watch Phil Mickelson in action at Liberty National.
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Rickie Fowler got comfortable to watch Sunday at the Presidents CUp.
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The sun rises over Liberty National and Manhattan on Saturday morning at the Presidents Cup.
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Tiger Woods made his return to competition at the his own Hero World Challenge event in December.
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Woods practices putting prior to the event alongside 2017 Player of the Year Justin Thomas.
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Woods played better than anyone expected over the course of 72 holes in the Bahamas.
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Woods finished eight under par, good for a T9 finish.
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Tiger reacts after narrowly missing a putt during the second round.
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Spectators flocked to the range for Tiger's practice sessions.
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Justin Thomas during the final round at the Hero.
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Rickie Fowler won the event thanks to an incredible final-round 61.
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But Woods, of course, was the main draw.
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Woods sported some new gear at the Hero.
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More than anything, Tiger's solid play provided hope for fans that 2018 will see the former No. 1 contend in tournaments.