Jan. 7 is National Bobblehead Day, a day to celebrate those larger-than-life springy heads on tiny bodies that seem to be a must-have promotional giveaway at most sporting events.
The overwhelming majority of bobbleheads are created for a team to promote its own players, or by sponsors and advertisers.
But there are a few bobbleheads of golf royalty out there. Here's our favorite foursome: Arnold Palmer, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Fred Couples.
Couples is perhaps the most interesting, in that the Boeing Classic handed out 5,000 of them during the 2011 event at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge to honor Seattle's favorite son.
Palmer's bobblehead was a promotional giveaway by the Pittsburgh Pirates during the 2009 season, in honor of his 80th birthday.
The San Francisco Giants did something similar for McIlroy, placing a Giants cap on his bobblehead for a 2012 giveaway.
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And there are multiple versions of Tiger Woods bobbleheads available for sale, mainly created for Upper Deck, with each bobblehead matching a collector's card. Those range from Tiger's amateur career -- when he was wearing the straw hat during the 1994 U.S. Amateur -- to more recent Nike swooshes and Tiger Woods caps.
Forever fashion-forward, Rickie Fowler is owning his new look as he strolls the fairways in Maui this week for the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
In what's got to be a first on the golf course, Fowler is sporting "jogger" style pants along with custom-made high-top PUMA golf spikes. It's a bold look to be sure, but one that Fowler can pull off.
But that's not the only noticeable change in Fowler's appearance early in 2016. He's also got a far more permanent one -- a tattoo just below his left bicep. It's a tribute to his grandfather, as Fowler explained in this Instagram post: