The best golf images of 2017
There are few more sports more pleasing to the eye than golf, as the following 15 images highlight beautifully.
From powerful backdrops and even more powerful emotions, to historic moments captured for posterity, each of those photographs has something special to say.
Jeunghun Wang strikes a pose at the Arnold Palmer Invitational
Justin Thomas celebrates shooting 59 at the Sony Open
Dustin Johnson announces his last minute withdrawal from the Masters
The moment Sergio Garcia finally won his first major at the Masters
Charley Hoffman in silhouette at the Hero World Challenge
A young fan gets up close and personal with the Claret Jug
A tearful Jason Day withdraws from the WGC-Dell Match Play over his ill mother
Sergio meets a koala in Australia
A dramatic shot of Russell Henley during the final round of the US Open at Erin Hills
Tiger Woods meets Obama at the Presidents Cup
Team USA take a selfie after winning the Presidents Cup
What victory looks like at the Solheim Cup
Ian Poulter meets the locals at the Nedbank Challenge
A victory shower for Branden Grace
Justin Rose and his caddie Mark Fulcher celebrate victory at the WGC-HSBC Champions
Spain’s Adrian Otaegui finishes with a flourish to win Scottish Championship
The Spaniard now has a professional victory in three different formats of the game.
Matt Wallace reaping rewards from taking pressure off his performances
There are seven British players in the top ten at Fairmont St Andrews.
Adrian Otaegui sets early pace at Scottish Championship
The Spaniard carded a blemish-free 62.
WATCH: Martin Laird emotional after breaking seven-year title drought
Martin Laird gets a little bit choked up as he savours his first win in seven years.
Tyrrell Hatton describes winning BMW PGA Championship as ‘a dream come true’
The win will see Hatton break into the world’s top 10 for the first time when the rankings are updated on Monday, two days before his 29th birthday.
Tyrrell Hatton enjoys early birthday present with BMW PGA Championship win
The Englishman, who turns 29 next week, will now break into the top 10 of the rankings for the first time.
Martin Laird and Patrick Cantlay set the pace in Las Vegas
Laird’s second consecutive eagle on the ninth helped him to a round of 65.