Organizers say that the Miss Universe contest is more than a beauty pageant. Women aspiring to become Miss Universe, they say, must be intelligent, well-mannered, and cultured.
Luckily for all these beautiful contestants, having a golf game isn't a requirement.
On Monday, with the help of Miss Universe contestants, Donald Trump unveiled the new Tiger Red Course at Trump Doral.
In the video below by the Miami Herald, you can see Golf Channel's Charlie Rymer teeing up the ball for several Miss Universe contestants.
In defense of these beautiful ladies, it can't be easy to take a swipe at a golf ball in heels.
These ladies have nothing on Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Nina Agdal:
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Unfortunately, there are things that keep you away from the golf course. Your job, the weather, other obligations -- just to name a few. But even if you can't get out and play, you can keep tabs on what's happening at some of the most famous courses around the world.
Thanks to the Internet and invention of the webcam, many courses have live links available at the click of a mouse, including St. Andrews and Pebble Beach. Here's just a sampling of what's out there -- and what you might see.
Click the headlines or photos to see the webcam for yourself. And don't forget to bookmark your favorites:
The ancestral home of golf may be more than 500 years old, but its website is state-of-the-art, boasting nine different views of the grounds, including the Road Hole and Swilcan Bridge.
The Alisa course, redesigned by Mackenzie Ross, has hosted four Open Championships. The webcam provides views of the clubhouse and the lighthouse and shoreline in the distance.
Established in 1877, Royal Dornoch has hosted the British Amateur once and Scottish Amateur three times since 1985.
The host of the 2014 Ryder Cup might be just a little bit unplayable right now, as this image shows.
Royal North Devon Golf Club was founded in 1864 and is the oldest golf course in England. The course was designed by Old Tom Morris.
According to the Spanish translation, the course was opened in 1988. It emerged from the natural beauty of the area between two valleys and surrounded by small hills, which protects it from the wind.
The adjacent course was designed by Robert Trent Jones and is one of nine courses on the island.
Located on the west side of Barbados, Royal Westmoreland was designed by Robert Trent Jones Junior and claims to be consistently rated as one of the top courses in the Caribbean.
Even though it's covered in snow now, you can still see the fabulous view from the clubhouse of the course and the lake.
Opened in 1981, there are five courses to choose from at the home of the PGA of America. Host of the 1983 Ryder Cup and 1987 PGA Championship.
In addition to the iconic 18th fairway shot, Pebble Beach offers a number of webcams. Watch foursomes line up to tee off at the first hole, or check out the 17th green, where Tom Watson made U.S. Open magic many years ago.
Oregon's golf mecca includes the first course opened there in 1999. Bandon Dunes was designed by Scotsman David McLay Kidd.
Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw designed this course, which opened in 2005. It's different from the others in the resort, in that no holes parallel the ocean.
Opened in the summer of 2001, Tom Doak's design is considered the favorite course of the majority of golfers who have played all four tracks.
Host to the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, the Planatation course boasts significant elevation changes and spectacular views.
Another stunner from Robert Trent Jones Junior, this course hosted the PGA Grand Slam of Golf between 1994 and 2006.
Built in 1990 by Ted Robinson, Ko Olina has been rated as Oahu's No. 1 course by Hawaii Magazine and the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. It also plays host to the LPGA's Lotte Championship.
Skiing is king this time of year. But the resort southwest of Bozeman, which boasts as being "the basecamp to Yellowstone" has a classic links-style course under all that snow.
Located near Boone and Blowing Rock in the western part of the state, Jefferson Landing was designed by Larry Nelson. The views are spectacular, especially in the spring and fall.
Located in a valley surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, the course is open most of the year. You might even find an occasional elk or coyote.
Gary Player designed this course near Murrell's Inlet, with lots of doglegs and lots of water.
One of three municipal courses nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Ute Creek was designed by Robert Trent Jones II.
There are more available, especially in golf and ski resort areas in the western half of the country. And more courses are in the process of adding webcams, so keep searching to find course webcams near you.
Before Monday evening, there had been only three players in the past 20 years on the PGA Tour to reach four victories before the age of 25.
Their names? Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia.
With his playoff victory over Jimmy Walker at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions at Kapalua's Plantation Course Monday, you can now add 24-year-old Patrick Reed to that prestigious list.
If there's one shot that defined Reed's latest win, it was this 80-yard eagle hole-out on the 16th hole:
Reed trailed Walker by four shots before holing that shot. A birdie at the par-5 18th gave Reed a share of the lead with Walker at 21-under par and when Walker failed to make a lengthy birdie putt, the two went to a playoff, which Reed won playing the 18th hole again -- the first and only hole of the playoff.
Reed talked to PGATour.com about his early success and joining that incredible group of players with four wins before the age of 25.
"I think it's just because I'm stubborn. I don't really care," he said. "I go out there and just kind of focus on my golf game, and I don't really care what anyone else is doing or however anyone else hits the shot. I just know how I can do it, and you know, what works for me and what makes me allows it to be more consistent under pressure."
Reed has been a lightning rod for the last year because of what comes out of his mouth -- the "top-5" comment after his win at Doral; the shushing of the European crowds in the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in the fall; and the gay slur in China in November (which he directed at himself and apologized for following that round, saying, "My passion to play well got the best of me and my word choice was unacceptable.").
While in comic-book terms, Reed might be the villain to -- say -- Rory McIlroy's superhero, there's no denying the fact that Reed has established himself as a big-time player.
Monday was just the latest example.
After finishing his late push to force a tie with Jimmy Walker at the final round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions with a birdie, Patrick Reed got people talking as Golf Channel cameras caught this peculiar tan line as he walked off the 18th green. And as you might expect, Twitter nation responded.
— Steve Scott (@sscottpga) January 13, 2015
— Annmarie Dodd (@AnnmarieDodd) January 13, 2015
Holy cow, Patrick Reed! Does he sleep in his hat? pic.twitter.com/X68MjwStR6
— Kyle Porter (@KylePorterCBS) January 13, 2015
— Carrforthecourse (@Carr4thecourse) January 13, 2015
We'll just chalk this up as a byproduct of playing in Hawaii - and wearing a hat. Stewart Cink had the same thing happen to him last year at the Sony Open in Hawaii, which also caught fire on social media.
In fairness to Reed, his forehead tan was probably the last thing on his mind (pun slightly intended) at the end of the round. He had a very strong closing push that was helped in part by this eagle on No. 16
And in the end, it was Reed who got the last laugh by beating Jimmy Walker on the first playoff hole.
Jason Day once again proved that sometimes it's better to be lucky than good.
While chasing the course record at the Plantation Course at Kapalua in Monday's final round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, Day hit his second shot off of a railing, whice redirected his golf ball toward the hole. That left him with an up-and-down for birdie to tie the record of 11-under 62.
Day came pretty close to making an eagle on the hole but left his third shot a few yards short.
Chris Kirk also turned the feat earlier in the day. Kirk, who was the first one to tee off in the final round, finished his round in less than three hours.
A total of four players now have carded a round of 62 in the event's 16-year run in Maui.