From Rory McIlroy's shot in the dark at Valhalla to his duck hook at Port Royal, the PGA of America's Player of the Year was definitely a fan favorite when it came to video clips. But our viewers also loved seeing the latest golf equipment and getting top teaching tips as well.
Here's the rundown of your top 10 PGA.com videos from 2014:
10. PGA Championship: Rory McIlroy wins in dramatic fashion
Despite a nearly two-hour rain delay and the onset of darkness on the final day of play at Valhalla, Rory McIlroy was equal to the task in winning his second PGA Championship. The clip below shows the emotion of the moment and was spread across social media during the Sunday, primetime finish.
9. Is your ball position correct for each club?
PGA Professional Eric Hogge has a great job of showing how different club lengths require different setups at address.
8. Best Drivers of 2014
Our viewers loved seeing the lastest driver technology offered. When it comes to equipment, drivers are cleary searchable, fan favorites.
7. Solve your slice problem
PGA Professional Eric Hogge was back to offer excellent tips on a problem that plagues many amateurs.
6. Fix your improper grip
PGA Professional Eric Hogge offers suggestions for improving your grip, which is critical to a consistent swing.
5. Tiger tees off on No. 10 to begin his PGA Championship
Tiger Woods' return from back surgery at the PGA Championship in Valhalla wasn't a guarantee, so when he played a practice round and declared himself fit to play, viewer interest peaked.
Unfortunately for Tiger's fans, Woods struggled both days and eventually missed the cut. He didn't play another competitive round the rest of the season.
4. Strategies for successful tee shots
In this award-winning "Course Survival" video, PGA professionals offered suggestions and tips on how to lower your scores, right from the first shot of the hole.
3. Starting your swing: Lower body leads
PGA Professional Eric Hogge offers some great advice for starting your swing from the ground up in order to get the club into proper position and tempo.
2. Best Irons of 2014
Just like the best new drivers, the best new irons out this year showed off advances in technology.
1. Rory McIlroy's amazing par save at the Grand Slam of Golf
Your favorite PGA.com video of the year also involved the PGA of America's Player of the Year. During the PGA Grand Slam of Golf in Bermuda, McIlroy had to pull off an amazing left-handed shot with a right-handed club on his way to recording a sensational par.
Usually, it's cute when an animal steals the spotlight at a golf tournament. Whether it's a bird flying off with a golf ball, a family of geese crossing a fairway (or an angry goose attacking a golfer), a deer taking in the action, or maybe a dog hanging out on a tee box.
But, it can be downright scary too (a lot scarier than that time Peter Uihlein was attacked by a frog)... Like on Friday in the Nedbank Challenge being played in South Africa. That's where former world No. 1 Luke Donald was spooked by -- of all things -- a baboon!
Check it out:
How about that uncomfortable giggle from Donald? It was one of those, "I know the cameras are on me so I'm going to laugh so I don't get made fun of on social media, but get me out of here!" reactions.
Animals on the course are great. Unless they're animals I only wish to see on a safari. Donald, by the way, went on to shoot a 63 and claim the 36-hole lead.
The story of Tommy Morrissey just keeps on getting better and better.
For those of you who aren't aware, Morrissey is a 3-year-old from Linwood, N.J., who despite only having one hand has thrived on the golf course. In September, we brought you his story thanks to a local news report.
In late October, Morrissey made news again when he spent some time hitting balls with Bubba Watson.
Now Morrissey is making another friend with a professional golfer -- this time with Tiger Woods. Check out this video that FOX Sports did on Morrissey's time with Tiger:
Tiger made his return to a tournament on Thursday at the Hero World Challenge.
Thanks to ForTheWin.com for bringing this to our attention.
The European Tour is in South Africa this week for the Nedbank Golf Challenge. That's where Marcel Siem made a ridiculous eagle on Thursday, which earned the German a brand new car.
Check out this shot with a bounce that has to be seen to be believed:
Hey, sometimes it's better to be lucky than good. Siem -- a four-time winner on the European Tour -- sure is good too. That was an 8-iron from 184 yards.
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