1 / 10
There is no swing more revered, talked about or emulated than that of Ben Hogan. His swing was 'on plane' before anyone even knew what being 'on plane' meant. His swing was powerful, graceful, beautiful and is the prettiest swing in all of golf.
2 / 10
Most people will say either Ben Hogan or Sam Snead had the greatest swing of all-time, but Hogan, himself, said it was Mickey Wright's move that was the best he had ever seen. It was simple, rhythmic and perfectly balanced. Wright's peers even said she could hit a 2-iron like a man.
3 / 10
Under the tutelage of Butch Harmon, Tiger Woods' swing in 2000 gave birth to some of the greatest ball-striking and golf the game has ever seen. His subsequent swings are something to marvel at, indeed, but none compare to his move in 2000.
4 / 10
Adam Scott's swing is often compared to Tiger Woods' swing, circa 2000. It's as graceful a move as there is in golf at the moment, full of both power and precision. Oh yeah, we hear he's not bad on the eyes, either.
5 / 10
It has been said that Sam Snead had the 'sweetest' swing in the history of the game. If you ever saw him swing, you'd understand why. His one-piece takeaway, powerful coil and the fact that his left wrist, arm and clubface perfectly aligned at the top all combined to form one of the most memorable swings in the game. It wasn't just pretty, though. He won 82 PGA Tour events with it, too - the most of all-time.
6 / 10
'Gene the Machine' Littler was nicknamed for his smooth, rhythmical swing that allowed him to spend more than 20 years racking up wins on the PGA Tour. His swing was of the utmost quality and remarkably consistent.
7 / 10
Tom Weiskopf's swing - that helped him to 16 PGA Tour wins including the 1973 Open Championship - was much admired in the golf world. He hit the ball high, generated enormous power and had very good control as well - a rare combination.
8 / 10
Seve Ballesteros' right arm was longer than his left arm. He created his swing around that. It had a certain silky smoothness, powered by an early turn of his upper trunk, then exploded into the ball with a massive forward drive of the lower body. He was a sight to be seen both off the tee and around the greens.
9 / 10
Payne Stewart was considered by some to be a modern day Sam Snead. His swing was syrupy smooth, rhythmic and depicts what Bobby Jones described as 'freewheeling' through impact.
10 / 10
Fred Couples' swing is long-flowing, rhythmic and effortless, and lands Mr. Cool in our No. 10 spot for prettiest all-time swings.
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
Here's a look at some of the best photos of the Match II with Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady from Medalist Golf Club.
A look at some of the best photos from the TaylorMade Driving Relief, won by the team of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.